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Nova Scotia Mike

Plants for hills I don't want to mow

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Any suggestions? I hate mowing the fucking hills and would prefer some low maintenance semi attractive ( read semi very loosely) vegetation or otherwise. 

 

Obviously I'm in Nova Scotia so something with big enough balls to survive winter is required. 

 

Fuck mowing hills. 

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  • Burning Bush.
  • Fragrant Sumac.
  • Japanese Yew.
  • California Lilac.
  • Creeping Juniper.
  • Dwarf Forsythia.
  • Snowberry.
  • Siberian Carpet Cypress.

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+1 on sumac, they're pretty high for allergens, but if they can grow up here beside highways and get sprayed with salt half the year, they should do well in NS. 

They grow fairly quickly and turn awesome shades of red come fall. 

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I don't know jack about it but anything with the name Siberian in it has to be able to survive the winter anywhere.  :)

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Hastas, big hastas, we have a border of them around the house.

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Ivy of some type?

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I knew it would be worth taking another look at this thread when I saw what I used to think was a weird vagina that I finally see is a mouse.

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