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Old 03-12-2022, 02:37 PM   #4
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Default Re: Vegetable Gardening in the Shade

No, I certainly haven't and don't know anyone that has been able to grow tomatoes and peppers in full shade.

One year I bought 5 gallon buckets, drilled holes in the bottom, and grew my tomatoes in those because I knew we'd be moving in July. Would that be a way to find sun for your tomatoes? Also, front yard vegetable gardens are quite the thing, now-- food, not lawns-- if your front yard has sun.
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