I don't understand why this is a hard question but it is

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    "Is the area sun or shade?" is one of the hardest questions for people to answer when we start conversations about what plants will work in a particular area.
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    Typical answers we get:
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    "Well it's outside, so it's sun"
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    "The sun rises in the east and sets in the west"
    You sure about that? πŸ™„
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    "The sun goes over my house"
    Weird, it doesn't go through it? πŸ˜‰
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    "Which way does my house face"
    I'm not sure since I don't know you. πŸ€”
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    "I've never looked"
    Never ever? πŸ€“
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    "Is that really important"
    Yes it is. πŸ™ƒ
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    "It's my front yard"
    Ok let me take you to our front yard only aisle 😏
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    "It's sun 24/7"
    Do you even know what 24/7 means πŸ˜†
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    "It's sun day and night"
    Whaaaat? πŸŒ“
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    And my favorite is when they spin in a circle to get their directional bearings then stop and face a direction and make a rainbow motion with their arm and tell me "the sun goes like this"
    πŸ‘‹πŸΌπŸŒˆ thanks for the show but that tells me nothing
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    None of the above are what I'm looking for. Helpful answers would be "4 hours of morning sun" "it's full sun" "it's under a huge tree so it's shade"
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    I didn't know that we have this product at work and to me it is ridiculous that someone would actually need this but apparently it's highly necessary
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    So, if you really can't tell from simple observation you can get one of these.
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    $25.99 seems pretty steep but I guess it's the price you have to pay