Part Shade - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Doris Grasmehr
Sun City, CA
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Question by dorisg825
April 20, 2004
What is considered full sun to part shade?

Answer from NGA
April 20, 2004
When a plant tag recommends full sun to part shade, it means the plant will grow in a site that receives all day sunshine (8 or more hours of direct sun), or a site that gets a few hours of either morning shade or afternoon shade. Some plants, such as Japanese maples, appreciate shade from hot afternoon sunshine. Others, such as Escallonia or Kalmia, are adaptable enough to grow in either fully sunny sites or in sites receiving a few hours of either morning or afternoon shade.

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