edible garden in shade
Hello, we just moved in a house with garden. In our area there are only supermarkets to by veggies, I begun to plant an edible garden. Our site is a south-slope (in Queeslan/Aus.)and in the backyard there are trees in our and in the neighbour gardens. The frontyard is east-orientated, the backyard west-orientated. In the backyard there is a shady patch (now it is shady; we have winter), but I can see the sky (not trees) when I move up my head. The climate is subtropical.
1. Can I grow vegetables in the patch in our backjard, and which vegetables will grow there?
2. What is full sun? The frontyard has about four or five hours sun a day , can I grow tomatos, zuchinis, melons and stuff like that?
3. Is it possible to grow any fruit or vegetables under trees?
I do not know the climate here because we moved from Europe!
And - as you shurely see, I had'nt a garden bevore.
Thank you for answering!