Hi everyone. I'm new here and mostly joined because I am about to start a garden at a new house and have a question I just can't answer myself. My back yard faces the NW and the neighbor has a tall wood "wall", that separates our yards, that faces the SW on my side. During the summer the grass in its shade grows really well but for a good part of the day it remains damp long after the rest of the yard has dried up, but does eventually dry and get sun, (just for an example of the shade there). I've never really thought to see how many sunlight hours that spot gets through the day so I can't help with that info. Can I grow most vegetables there? I would love to use that spot because it is the most out of the way spot in the yard but am concerned about the shade. I was originally planning to plant asparagus there but then remembered about the shade and have my doubts now. I can only assume that peppers and tomatoes would not thrive there. I'm also considering some beans and cucumbers, maybe even some summer squash or zucchini or something like that. I know that this post dragged on but thank you for your replies.