June Gloom is here with its grey skies and cooler weather. It is a great time to enjoy the moderate temperatures and seek out heat tolerant vegetables to plant as summer crops before the Southern California summer arrives.
Many herbs can do equally well in partial shade (4-6 hours of sunlight). In our experience herbs can be successfully grown in shady spots of your garden, especially in the intense Southern California summer. Here are the 5 most popular herbs you can grow in shady spots
Most herbs can grow in various soils as long as it drains well, yet kept moist. Once you’ve established your garden and you start seeing growth, the Herbs durability and ability to repel pests makes the maintenance easy.