Answer: Most vegetable gardens should be situated so they receive full sunshine all summer long. Tomatoes, sunflowers, potatoes, cucumbers and strawberries require 8-10 hours of direct sunlight each day. Beans and peas can grow in slightly less sunshine. Lettucerequires the least amount of sunshine because it doesn't have to flower and produce fruit. So, you might want to move your veggie garden to a new spot, or plant only lettuce, beans and peas in the shadiest areas.<br>Good luck with your new garden!
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