For some, growing your favorite foods may not be an option. You may not have a viable amount of sunlight to nurture them. Whether you’re living with only a balcony, a small garden, or just a large window, you DO have options.
Growing Your Garden In The Shade
If you do not have ampul sunlight to grow your garden, you need to compensate in other areas.
- Rich soil is key to growing in shady areas. Use mulch/soil such as Miracle Grow Organic Soil to feed your plants from the bottom.
- Feed your garden with plant food. Plant food adds proteins and nutrients to your garden.
- The color of your pots/floral matters. Reflective colors such as white, help brighten an area that may not receive enough sunlight.
*Remember, some plants can thrive with little sunlight, but not plant can survive with zero sunlight.*
Food that can grow in a shady spot. (4-6 hours of sunlight)
Flowers that can grow in a shady spot. (4-6 hour of sunlight)
- Lady’s mantle
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