My wife and I started a test garden this year. Early Spring. A complete bust, but learned a bunch. We live in the Olympic Peninsula of Wa. State. A rainforest, just think the Twilight movie with more rain. From October on it is is grey, cold, dipping below freezing. No light at all. Horribly short growing season as the sun clears and ground warms up more or less in late Spring. One surprising little vegetable I have discovered is the Arugula plant. The entire thing is editable, flowers, pods, you name it. Here we are on the 3rd of December and I picked leaves that are still growing this morning. Protien rich, vitamin rich, and contains several medicinal properties as well. For those not familiar, you add it to salads, over dishes etc., it is a little rich to substitute for lettuce. I believe it is related to Kale and the such. In my reading, it apparently grows wild all over Europe in hills, in the rocks, everywhere and only requires 3 hours of sunlight a day to keep producing. In my case, cloudy and rainy weather. A fresh leafy vegetable that in my case has been producing for 8 months now and still going. I plan to start a bunch of it and start planting it here and there and see what happens. I am curious as to what suggestions others might have that we can plant considering our conditions to provide a fresh source of greens, veggies that grow in less light, more wet conditions outside of a greenhouse condition, on their own so-to-speak.