Dealing with earth bank in back garden
We recently bought a house where the back of the garden backs onto higher ground. There is an earth bank running along the length of the back fence (7.7m across and 0.75m height). We are unsure what to do, raised bed, tiered beds, planting directly into the slope? The garden is south facing but this back end is in shade from the end fence and obviously gets fairly waterlogged from the higher ground behind. Think soil is clay loam. All and any advice would be gratefully received!