Thank you Tina. Looking at the gate, the left side is also PVC fence, The right side and
back is 4' tall chain link fence. I've been very lucky with wild life not getting in. If you'll click on "view post" in the top left hand corner of the photo you will see the entire garden. It'll help answer all of your questions.
No matter where I plant my tomatoes, (raised beds), I lose the majority of them due to constant sun. I'd be thankful for some advice on projects that would block some of the hottest hours
of the day. We had a beautiful oak tree that had to be removed due to rot, leaving no trees for shade. Thanks to all who might want to pass on your expert advice.
Commented on Mar 03, 2013
Thank you Gail for mentioning my garden. You've stated exactly what I do. When the sun passes
over the house just after noon it creates shade on my tomato plants. In Ga. as in NC it gets so hot and dry in the summertime. Alice, I am fortunate that my house sits with the back pointed mostly NW. Otherwise my tomatoes might be planted on the front or side of my house.
We've been working on changing out our ugly brass doorknobs, with some more stylish looking Satin Nickel handles. It's amazing what a difference it makes! http://www.graphicsfairy-diy.com/2013/01/new...
Commented on Feb 24, 2013
I also installed lever knobs on a couple of doors. My Wife and Mother-in-law found it
difficult to open the doors. The change really helped.