There is a wooden “fort” in my backyard, from the previous owners, and I am considering re-purposing the wood to make a small vegetable garden.We have excellent soil here (I’m guessing, based on the amount of earthworms and nearby farms), but as it is the backyard, it is mostly shaded. I have very little growing experience (some in college, but I don’t think it’s a good idea to try to grow that particular herb here….), but we did have some success growing carrots recently, (by accident. they were part of a “beneficial insect” blend that we planted in a small area.) so I’m wondering what types of veggies I could grow that do well in shade, and that a novice could easily deal with.I’m leaning towards potatoes and carrots, since they are excellent additions to any meal, but I’m curious as to anything I can grow in a shaded area without a lot of “extras”. (Stakes, special soil additives, pesticides, etc.) Ideas?
Any help will be apprecited.
I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.
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