im looking for ideas for the area pictured below
Yeah it's top of a slope of our driveway but it doesn't hold the water
Succulents come to mind - anything that thrives on well drained soil should do well, I think perhaps geraniums as mine thrive with very little attention.
Alliums too would look good.
Sage likes well drained conditions and can smother a small area in a reasonably short time. It smells good and the flowers attract a lot of insects, plus there are numerous leaf colours to choose from.
good ideas getting my brain cells working
Lavender is another plants that seems to thrive in dry, well drained poor soil - likes a bit of grit too. This plant will attract bees and we had humming bird hawk moth (?) on our lavendar last year - lovely to watch.