7 edition of The Shadier Garden found in the catalog.
January 21, 1997 by Gramercy .
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Summer-blooming annuals are plentiful in local nurseries now and will grow quickly and bloom profusely, adding color and beauty to sunny flower borders or brightening up shadier spots.
Be sure to enrich your soil at planting time with good organic compost. A wide variety of tomato starts are available everywhere now. Photo: Fionuala Campion. Described as a garden that gets little to no direct sunlight at all, a full shade garden makes it exceedingly difficult — if not impossible — to grow vegetables.
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Darker colours tend to have the effect of shading, as with doing a .Download pdf garden site that receives as few as two hours of direct sunlight a day can grow vegetables. A garden that gets only dappled sunlight during the day can grow vegetables. Vegetable grown for their leaves and roots are the best choices for shady gardens.
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