Herbs that don't like their soil to dry out in summer tend to do well in shade. They produce better leaf crops if they're not subjected to midday sun, and are less likely to bolt into flower. Avoid sun-loving Mediterranean herbs, such as rosemary, thyme and oregano, but give everything else a try. With care, most will produce enough leaves for you to add to your favourite dish.
Discover four herbs that can be grown in shade or partial shade, below.