This master thesis is about the development of the vegetation at the steep noise protection embankment in Seebarn nearby Krems in Lower Austria. In cooperation with the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences the steep mound was built as testing ground, using different systems and materials, in 2005. In the following year it was vegetated. Due to nonsatisfying results of the development of the plants, it was part of this master thesis to prepare and accomplish re-planting of the steep noise protection system in spring 2009. To enable appropriate cultivation, it was important to turn attention to the difficult conditions of that location. In order to observe the vitality of the plants, examinations of the groves at the noise protection mound were accomplished in autumn 2009 as well as in May 2010. The results showed that the used plants feature a different ability to the cultivation of the steep mound. On the other hand a comparison of the outcome of the examinations of 2009 and 2010 indicated divergences in the development of the plants. A further conclusion documents the connection between the system used in the different sections and the condition of the groves. The systems Polyslope S, Terramesh and Vector Wall Grün as well as the plants Ligustrum vulgare and Rosa canina showed the best results.