Hi there folks - I am hoping that some of you will have suggestions for this problem. I removed some of my lawn on the east side of my house and put in a mounded bed. It is at the edge of the public sidewalk and there is still some lawn between the house and the bed. Here's the kicker - even as the bed is on the east side, the house is a very short bungalow so the bed still gets plenty of sun (up until about 4pm). To add to this, the land in front of the house slants 'toward' the house. With all this said, this is what happened - last year I planted shasta daisies in the bed. They flowered beautifully, however they all turned to face the sun...they were tilted and facing the house (the flowers and not the plants). So between the slope of the land and all the sun on the west side of the east bed you could see no flowers from the street - it looked really weird. I am so sorry to be long winded, but I am looking for suggestions on plants that will not do this. I have put in a few grasses, but would also like to add spirea and daylilies - does anyone know if these plants (or their flowers) turn to face the sun. If so do you have any suggestions on plants that I can use? I appreciate any feedback. Thanks a million.