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A location is described as half-shady if it is exposed to the blazing sun for between three and six hours a day and is in the shade for the rest of the time. Numerous types of fruit still thrive here, provided the soil is loose, rich in humus and not too damp.Raspberries do well in partial shade
These fruit trees are suitable for partial shade
Many berry bushes that grow naturally at the edge of the forest and are thus used to the corresponding intensity of the sun are ideal for a partially shaded location. So you can plant in the penumbra without any problems: currants, gooseberries, wild raspberries; blueberries and blackberries. Furthermore, many fruit trees can also be cultivated in a light, semi-shady place, although in this case you have to reckon with smaller fruits, a smaller harvest and a possibly greater susceptibility to diseases. For example, apple trees and sour cherries in particular can be placed well in such a location.
Sweet cherries are absolutely not suitable for partial shade or shade, as they always belong in full sun. Grapes also only develop their sweet aroma in a sufficiently sunny location.