Fruiting plant in full shade?
I have finally gotten rid of the concrete on the North side of my house. I am planning on planting my cherries and apricots there (poor things have been in pots for several years). The place is protected between my house and the neighbor's garage. But I was wondering what I could plant up against the North side of the house which only gets minimal sun early in the morning.
I have a gooseberry, a Regent Saskatoon, a Chinese magnolia, and my Kolomikta kiwi that could go there. Would any of these work there? The above are still in pots so it would be easy to plant there. Which, if any, would tolerate this type of shade and still produce a good crop? I've been toying with the idea of blackberries also but I don't want them suckering everywhere.
Due to the extreme sun and heat I have found that quite a few plants that are for partial or even full sun do best in the shade here in Colorado. I don't know if the actual fruiting would work in full shade though.