While the following herbs will thrive in full sun, they're tolerant to partial shade, especially during the hottest part of the days
Add fresh chives to dishes when you want the flavor of onion without it being overpowering. A perennial hardy in all climate zones, chives make a pretty addition to an ornamental garden. Each plant forms a clump of narrow, onion-flavored leaves up to 2 feet high. The rosy purple flowers are also edible. Plants are evergreen in mild climates but go dormant in colder areas. You can pot small divisions to grow indoors on a sunny windowsill. Chives are usually purchased as small plants, but they can also be started from seeds indoors or out. Space plants 1 to 1½ feet apart (or thin seedlings to this distance).