Great success with planting a slope has to do with the types of plants you use. Here are some great tips, ideas and photos. For low maintenance, be sure to use drought tolerant plants! (Patio Step To Lawn)
TYPAR GeoCell GS system improves resistance to erosive forces on steep, unstable, or slopes exposed to severe hydraulic or mechanical stresses. Variable cell depths and diameters provide cost-effective options for protection up to
Creeping Phlox for slope landscaping because are good groundcovers for a slight slope in a sunny area with well-drained soil that are rich in humus. These plants can also prevent erosions plus it can beautify your hillside.
This slope was landscaped with boulders, with shrubs planted randomly amongst them. It is definitely more preferable to a barren hillside, but the addition of shrubbery with more color and texture will help enliven this palette.