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Saturday, February 15, 2014

SHADOW PROJECT FOR SHADY AREA

This is my eastern back yard.
This area is only have limited sun shine.
A part shady area...

 

I have a plan to make my garden more productive.
There are three raised beds here.
I grow pare, medicine plants, zingiberaceae, colocasia, amaranth and pumpkin.
Pumpkin and pare can grow well here, but next month  they will be 'retired'.

 

I want to plant more plants here.
Diversifying our veggies varieties in my home garden is my destination.
I think I can grow so many various veggies and herbs here.
But I'm not sure, what varieties that I can plant here.

 

It's not easy to grow so many plant in shady area.
The only limited varieties of veggies that can grow well in this area.
Can you give me some advice?

14 comments:

  1. I have little success growing in a shade area.Can you put a fish pond in that area?

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    1. That's a good idea! My daughter is really love fried fish. Thanks

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  2. It's very difficult to give advice when our climates are so different.

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    1. I love to try something new. A new experience. Whatever the result, I really love, so much pleasure on it.

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  3. You are so creative in your garden, I am sure you will find the right plants for your shade garden. I think it is too difficult for me to give advice your climate is different and as a result you grow other herbs and vegetables. I am looking forward to hear from you what you have chosen for this part of your garden.

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    1. Try and error, I often do that in my garden. I love to learn something new and unusual. I love to hear all of my friends experiences.

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  4. I would love to help you but my climate is completely different than yours. Check Blotanical for other bloggers who garden in tropical regions. :o) Good luck!

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  5. You could grow sweet potatoes, potatoes, beans, lettuce and beet. And also raspberries. I have them in shady part of my garden and they like it.

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  6. My garden is more shady or part shady than sunny – but very different in climate than yours. One thing I do know though is that most edible things like sunshine so if you want to grow things to harvest you need look carefully at what’s recommended for your area. Over here there are edible things that can tolerate shade, but not complete shade. I look forward to seeing what you decide here!

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    1. As long as I know, so many greens and herbs are adaptable in shady and part shady area. I see your garden so flowerful, although it's look in part shady area.

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  7. Welcome to Endah!
    I have a large backlog of reading your posts.
    Well, it is difficult to advise on crop production. In you is a different atmosphere.
    I do not I do anything else in the garden. Earth is zmarnieta.
    Yours.

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    1. Thank you Lucia. So much pleasure to try something new and something that 'impossible' for our garden.
      Have a nice day

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