I want to grow psyllium and, flax but the only place left in my garden
gets only 3 hours/day of full sun (and that's at the summer solstice).
The ground is amended clay. Zone 9. Rains usually start in Oct./Nov. I'd
appreciate any input.
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Neither is a grass. Psyllium is Plantago psyllium, related to the common
plantain of lawns. Flax is generally Linum usitatissimum, source of linseed
oil and linen fabric.
Plantago psyllium in the eastern US tends to grow along railroad tracks, which
suggest that it's one that needs a lot of sunlight, and well drained soil.
Doesn't seem to have been collected S of N. Carolina, either.
Flax is another dry, open place plant. Though it's amenable to warm
conditions it likes full sun.
I doubt either species is going to like the conditions you offer.
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