Need a plant to shield water spray on tomato and beans
I don't exactly have a potager but I thought this would be a good place to ask this question. I have a particular raised bed in a corner that borders on our very small patch of lawn. The lawn is watered by a sprinkler system. The lawn is my husband's "area" of our garden and he has this random method of watering at what I personally consider to be odd intervals. He pretty much obliterated last year's rose season when I found out that he had their water line going at 4 am. Doesn't matter. Anyway, my problem is that when the sprinklers are on they can reach into about 2 feet wide of my 4-5 foot wide raised bed. Normally I wouldn't mind help with the watering except that everything I read about beans and tomatoes say keep the leaves dry. I was thinking of planting something along the edge of the bed that reaches maybe 24' so that it could perhaps shield my veggies behind.
Any suggestions? Cosmos are easy around here, but maybe they are too airy to catch the light spray.