Sloped garden design with big challenge
I have this sloped area with four large septic covers. I was thinking about a mix of camellias and hydrangeas-- with other perennials and shrubs. My thought was that I needed to have evergreen plantings around the septic covers to hide them year round. Does that make sense?? I could use any help on placement and selection of plants. Camellias across the top and then hydrangeas going down the stair? I prefer the blue/purples, purples, pinks and whites. The area gets three hours of afternoon sun from 2-5. Tall mature trees block out sun the rest of the day. I'm stumped on how to handle these septic covers. Help, please. And many thanks in advance.