The sun garden that came into my care this year is not as sunny as I had hoped. The coneflowers, sage, daisy and zinnias are leaning to the light. I am debating staking or simply swapping out with different plants next year. Staked plants can snap in a high winds. This is a down side or rather a handicap of working as a landless gardener, it is more difficult to have a clear understanding how much, or how little in this case, sun a garden receives. There is a tad more trial and error involved, but since the gardens are far more modest in size than my previous back-yard gardens, remaking a garden the next year is not too terribly difficult or expensive.
Rudbeckia s. ‘Henry Eilers’ is in full bloom in the sun garden. It is leaning a bit but I think that may also be in part to its wonderful height.