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So, where do those people live who write the blurbs on the seed packets that say they need "6 hours of direct sun"?@landarch wrote:I have some plants in full sun...and the same type plants in another area that is shaded in the morning and evening...and the shaded garden is thriving this year comparatively.
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One thing I do know is that last year the self-sown Scarlet Runner beans did beautifully in the shady part of my garden, they were long and tender. The ones I sowed in the sunnier part did not thrive nearly as well.
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