What is a good ground cover for slopes?

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Good ground covers for slopes must be able to bind soils deeply as well as on the surface. They should also be hardy and tolerant to dry conditions of the rapidly draining site. Some of the best ground covers include bearberry, creeping rosemary plants, juniper and strawberry plants among others.
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