Questions tagged: shade

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Meg
Answer: Hi Meg, There are a couple of climbers that are suitable for low light area. The Kangaroo vine (Ciccus antartica), Pandorea jasminoides, Clematis ...
Category: General
Tags: climbers, shade
Answered: 02:23PM, 08 Aug 2011
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, It is difficult to grow plants under pine trees as the needles drop constantly and there is usually shade. It may be easier to put down ...
Category: General
Tags: shade
Answered: 10:33AM, 06 Sep 2011
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Lewis
Answer: Shady areas are a problem for many gardeners. Unfortunately the only solution to not enough sunlight is to get more sunlight. There are some techni...
Answered: 09:44AM, 10 Apr 2015
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Graham...
Answer: Hi Graham and Lois I’d be inclined to go for woody herbs, such as Rosemary, lavender, Thyme and so on. They will tolerate the summer sun, and...
Category: General
Tags: sun, shade
Answered: 07:46PM, 08 Sep 2015
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Trish
Answer: Hi Trish, Here we go: Abutilon hybrids Acmaena smithii Ardisia crispa Aucuba japonica Baurea rubioides Begonia coccinea Fatsia Fuchsia varieties Hy...
Category: General
Tags: shade
Answered: 02:48PM, 05 Oct 2015
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Sharon
Answer: Hi Sharon, In the Inner West area of Sydney, I would suggest you consider a tall growing cactus variety for a combination of low water and pruning ...
Category: General
Tags: shade
Answered: 04:44PM, 30 Dec 2015
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keith
Answer: Hello Keith, There are not many culinary herbs that will tolerate full shade. Lemon balm may be worth a try though. Feed with Yates Dynamic Lifter ...
Answered: 06:05PM, 10 Apr 2016