Spinach is a leafy green vegetable that can tolerate partial shade and prefers cooler temperatures. It grows well in containers or shady garden spots.
A leafy green that thrives in cooler temperatures and partial shade, making it a nutritious and versatile vegetable for year-round harvesting.
Colorful and nutritious, this vegetable can tolerate shade and offers large, tender leaves that can be harvested continuously by picking outer leaves as needed.
Arugula is a fast-growing leafy green that can grow in partial shade. It has a peppery flavor and can be harvested as baby leaves or allowed to mature for larger leaves.
Radishes are root vegetables that can grow in shady areas. They have a quick growing cycle and can be ready to harvest in a few weeks, making them a great option for small spaces.
With tolerance for partial shade and cooler temperatures, lettuces like looseleaf and romaine can be harvested as young leaves or allowed to mature for larger heads.
Bok choy, a shade-tolerant vegetable, thrives in cooler temperatures and offers tender, flavorful leaves that can be harvested at different stages of growth.
Mustard greens, shade-tolerant leafy vegetables with a slightly spicy taste, can be harvested young for salads or allowed to mature for cooking.
Collard greens, shade-tolerant leafy greens, with thick leaves and high nutritional value, can be harvested continuously in the growing season.
Cabbage, a cool-season vegetable, can be grown in partial shade and harvested when heads are mature.