1 July 2004

20040701 – partial shade-tolerant vegetables

Posted in Gardening, Reference, xdx archive at 12:29 pm by urbanwild

The Old House Web

http://www.oldhouseweb.net/gardening/Detailed/686.shtml

The following is a list of of partial shade-tolerant vegetables.
While productions may be greater in the sun, these plants will
produce an edible crop when grown in a shady location.
However, remember that nothing will grow in complete shade.
Plants will need some morning, evening or filtered sun; a total
of two to six hours of direct sun is the minimum.

Arugala
Rhubarb
Beans
Rutabagas
Beets
Salad Burnet
Broccoli
Salsify
Brussels sprouts
Sorrel cabbage
Spinach
Cauliflower
Summer Squash
Celery
Turnips
Cress
Endive
Garlic
Angelica
Kale
Borage
Kohlrabi
Caraway
Leaf Lettuce
Chervil
Leeks
Coriander
Parsley
Lemon Balm
Parsnips
Lovage
Peas
Mint
Potatoes
Tarrgon
Pumpkins
Thyme
Radish

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