Re: Herb plants for shady ground

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Posted by Newt on October 27, 2002 at 13:00:54:

In Reply to: Herb plants for shady ground posted by Priscilla on September 02, 2002 at 07:02:58:

: Hello,

: I live in southeastern PA and just moved into a place that has woods all around. My former place had full sun front and back, so I was able to grow a lot of veggies and herbs, but now I'm not sure what I can grow. I like basil, cilantro, thyme, dill, sage, rosemary, and the like, and I'd like to turn a small plot outside my door into an herb garden, but I don't know what the likelihood is that any such things will grow there. The patch gets a little bit of full sun at midday, but nothing much after that.

: Any advice?

: Thanks!

Hi Priscilla,

You can do a search at www.google.com and use quotes and a plus sign like this: "herbs" + "part sun"

Good luck in your new home,
Newt


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