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Vegetables Grown in Shaded Area

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Joined: 2013-03-06

I am trying to plan a garden in an area that has a lot of trees and I would like too know what vegetable can grow in an area like that.
And what about Brussels sprout when do you plant them? Can someone please help a lady out...smile.

chalmers
Vegetables grown in the shade

Hello.Before making suggestions,I need to know what zone or state you live in.You can email me at l.cifer@verizon.net I receive alot of junk email,so for the subject please type
"Almanac forum help." Ken

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Joined: 2011-09-03
Shade

I have the same problem. I have had luck with lettuce, broccoli, cabbages, celery, asparagus growing in shade or partial shade. They get some early morning sun and dappled or complete shade in the afternoon.


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