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Hi y'all (yes, I'm southern). I'm about to rejuvenate an old garden into low maintenance production. The idea is that I can do school, work, and blacksmith while growing some produce to sell. The area is shaded 1/2 the day (2-4hrs sunlight) I live near Tallahassee. Any ideas for plant species? Thnks in advance,
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All the leafy greens and leafy herbs like shade, especially in a warm climate like Florida.  Pretty much anything that only produces leaves as a crop will do well under those conditions.  

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