Every gardening resource tells you to site your garden in full sun. Flowers won’t bloom, tomatoes won’t ripen and disease will invade and take over. Good advice, except when there is too much of a good thing.
During the long, hot, dry days of summer, both leaves and fruits can actually get sunburned. You expect this on plants labeled for partial shade, like Hosta and Heuchera. But even tropical peppers and tomatoes can scorch.
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