I'm not really sure. That sounds like a pretty small amount. I know that, outside, my flat-leaf parsley and mints prefer morning sun and afternoon shade, so you might try them. But basil, thyme, chives, and rosemary seem to prefer lots of direct sun.
"If you are not killing plants, you are not really stretching yourself as a gardener." -- J. C. Raulston, American Horticulturist
Chervil would be a good choice. Mints are fairly tolerant of some shade as is parsley. You might also have some fun with gourmet greens like lettuces and arugula. I often grow these in the garage during winter when the light is low and sparce. It's a real treat!
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