7 FRUITS THAT GROW IN SHADE
Pears do need some direct sunlight; but, they are quite tolerant of shade and may even flourish under it. When planted in a location that faces west, the "Beth" cultivar thrives in areas with moderate shade.
Plums, much like pears, grow best in areas with a combination of sun and shade; the type known as "Czar" is particularly well-suited to this environment, as it thrives best in the early sun and the afternoon shade.
Early cultivars of rhubarb, such as "Timperley Early," "Stockbridge Arrow," and "Victoria," provide the best results when grown in shaded places in soil that is rich and wet.
Hardy kiwis thrive best in dappled shade; they need no more than an hour or two of direct sunlight each day. It is imperative that you construct a trellis in order to provide support.
Muscadine grapes are perfect for creating wine as well as pies, and they thrive best in regions that get partial sunlight. It is important to keep in mind, however, that grapes that are cultivated in places that get complete shading may not produce as many grapes.
It is a plant that needs sunshine and takes little care to maintain. It does quite well even when grown in containers.
Berries that may grow in partial shade include blueberries, currants, elderberries, gooseberries, juneberries, lingonberries, mulberries, raspberries, and alpine strawberries.