Shade Gardening

Indirect Sunlight


Anonymous added on November 9, 2010 | Answered

I would like to start a garden in my courtyard. Each part of the courtyard only receives about 1 hour of direct sunlight a day (there is a small patch of light that travels from one end of the courtyard to the other). The rest of the time there is a lot of indirect sunlight. It is sheltered from the wind and I am based in Sydney, so about to go into a summer that is hot and dry with the occasional heavy thunderstorm. I'd like to have a mixture of fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. Can you recommend anything in particular?


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Heather
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Answered on November 11, 2010
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