Herbs for part shade
A garden site that receives as few as two hours of direct sunlight a day can grow vegetables and herbs. A garden that gets only dappled sunlight during the day can grow vegetables.
A partially shaded garden may be sunny either in the morning or afternoon, but not both.
Salad greens such as lettuce, spinach, cabbage, and celery can be grown in shaded gardens.
A partially shaded garden can easily grow leafy and root crops, and if the garden receives five hours of sunlight, some fruiting crops may grow there.
These are 5 best herbs that can be grown in part shade.
1. Lemon Balm
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