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RE: climbing plants and planter size for patio cover (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: designoline6 on 05.10.2012 at 04:13 pm in Landscape Design Forum

You should tell us that sun light time(or where face?) and climate zone,or local name.

You could post some pics that show the context and situated and conditions(They are not too close up).
first upload photo to any photo-hosting site.Photobucket and Flickr are examples . While at that photo on the site,
look for a link to "share." Then look for a way of obtaining "html code" (don't select the thumbnail version.)
Copy that code and paste it directly into your message here.


Thanks for your reply.

Average monthly temperatures range from 57.3 F (14.1 C) in January to 72.5 F (22.5 C) in August, although late summer and early autumn are typically the hottest times of the year with temperatures occasionally reaching 90 F (32 C) or higher.[2] Snow and ice are rare in the wintertime, typically occurring only inland from the coast when present. "May gray and June gloom", a local saying, refers to the way in which San Diego sometimes has trouble shaking off the fog that comes in during those months. Temperatures soar to very high readings only on rare occasions, chiefly when easterly winds bring hot, dry air from the inland deserts (these winds are called "Santa Ana winds").

and monthly sunshine hour average is about 230 hours.

Any suggestion for me?

Also, how do you think of the idea anchoring the post into a planter to fix the patio cover?

clipped on: 05.10.2012 at 08:54 pm    last updated on: 05.10.2012 at 08:57 pm