Knowing which herbs will flourish in the shade can really come in handy, especially if you work with a limited gardening space, like a balcony apartment that doesn't get direct sunlight. Even if you have a lot of acres to garden on, you might still want to put herbs in shady areas and it's crucial to know which ones will handle it.
Find out in our infographic below which herbs and plants are best suited for minimal sunlight like roots such as ginger and ginseng. Our guide has a comprehensive list of herbs that thrive in the shade including their growing zones, scale, planting features, and uses. Herbs that make good cooking ingredients like cilantro, dill, and rosemary tend to thrive in the shade, as well as herbs used to brew teas like lemon balm and catnip, which is not just for cats!
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