Is your place lacking space or the sun won’t reach the corner of your garden? Don’t worry, you can still utilize every part of your yard. These delicious vegetables will still grow and reward you without worrying about the sunlight. They will grow regardless they get full sunlight or not. Not only that, these beautiful vegetables do not need a lot of care and maintenance. Here are my top 15 vegetables that you can grow without full sun in your garden:
The first one is Asparagus, this bamboo looking veggie will thrive in sunlight but they will also grow without full sun.
Broccoli is one of the few vegetables that grows in the shade really well. You don’t have to worry about getting them a sun. For more information, check this broccoli gardening guide.
Beets are a root crop that you can plant in a shaded area, they will still grow even if you plant them away from the sun.
4. Bok Choy
Bok Choy is a delicious Chinese cabbage. This vegetable grows really well in a partial shade area. They don’t need a lot of exposure to the sun, two hours per day is enough.
Most of the gardener put the carrots on the sun since they love it, but some of us doesn’t know that they can also grow in a partial shade area as well. Check this article for more information about carrot gardening.
Since cauliflower and broccoli came from the same family. You can plant it exactly like broccoli.
Celery likes cool weather, planting them away from the sun will make it cooler.
Garlic is very common and can be found anywhere in the market. You can plant them in partial shade but it takes a while to grow them.
Lettuce is also very easy to grow. They don’t require a lot of sunlight so you can plant them in the shade.
Peas are one of my favorite vegetable that you can grow in a partial shade area as well. In order to harvest a lot from it, you also have to plant so many of this vegetable.
The potatoes may also love sunlight but that doesn’t mean that it won’t grow in the shade.
Radish is a shade-tolerant crop that is fast growing and very easy to grow. You can basically plant and leave them.
If you are looking for something nutritious that grows in shade, then you might want to try to consider this giant turnip looking vegetable.
Spinach only needs little care and maintenance. They are easy to grow even without full sun.
Turnip is another root crop that thrives in full sun but they will also grow in partial shade.