Answer: Erosion control includes plants such as hortizonal junipers and and ground-hugging plants such as wooly thyme. These will take a few years to fill in, though, so you may want to protect the slope with weed-barrier. Your local Cooperative Extension office will have publications dealing with erosion control, as well as a list of plants suitable for your growing region. You'll find them listed in the white pages under County offices. Best wishes with your new landscape!
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