Answer: Six hours of daily sunshine will support quite a number of veggies. You'll do best with those that don't require flowering to produce fruit. Lettuce, carrots, radish, scallions, spinach, turnips and cabbage are a few that will thrive in a partially sunny site. You might also try peas, beans, broccoli and cauliflower. Cucumbers may be marginal, but you'd probably not have much success with the real sun-lovers, such as tomatoes, peppers, squash and melons. If you can integrate these crops into other flower beds and borders that receive all day sunshine, the double-duty garden spot will allow you to harvest warm-season, sun-loving veggies. Give the above a try - you might be pleasantly surprised what you can grow in your garden.
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