Planting On An Eroding Slope

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I've tried various ways to plant on this slope that gets washed out with heavy rains. So I recalled a product I saw a
few years ago. It looked like a large roll of fabric imbedded with grass seeds. Is there any material I could use
in a similar way for planting this area? Any other suggestions? It is a sunny area so I was thinking of a low growing
quick spreading thyme. Thank you! Diana

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Answer #1 · Matt Heidke's Answer · The low growing quick spreading Thyme is a good choice, or you could go with an Asiatic Jasmine ground cover. This is a relatively quick grower that has been used many times for erosion control.)

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