by Lee Wyatt
(last updated March 12, 2013)
If there is one thing that can at least make you think that you will have a more difficult time of growing any vegetables at home it is more than likely having a yard covered with a lot of shade. Well, if you are interested in planting vegetables in a shaded area, your best option is to figure out which plants will work best in that type of an area. Luckily there are plenty of different vegetables that grow quite well in areas that don't get a whole lot of sunlight.
That being said, every plant needs to get some kind of sunlight throughout the day. On the average, the following plants only need to get between three to six hours of sunlight, but can also do well with a constant source of dappled sunlight.
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