How stringent R the gardening ZONES? I HAVE to have this plant but i’m in zone 9b. Who thinks i should just
give it a shot? I wonder why it doesn’t like my zone.http://www.waysidegardens.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StoreCatalogDisplay?storeId=10151&catalogId=10151&langId=-1&mainPage=LGprodview&ItemId=49783&PrevMainPage=textsearchresults&scChannel=Text%20Search&SearchText=blue&OfferCode=TH3
Give it a shot, but try to plant it on the northern side of your house so it’s not so warm. The real difference in the zones is temperature.
How do I find out what gardening “Zone” I am in?
I have been looking for annual humming bird and butterfly vines that would grow well in my area. I don’t want anything invasive.
The web sites I am looking at keep refering to certain zones…like annual for zones 3-8 and perineal for 9-10. How do I find out which one I live in??
This is serious; please don’t make fun of my rookie gardening issues.
Thank you all!! I live in the Texas Gulf Coast area and I am in zone 9! Cool, now I know! Thanks for your help! Now I just have to deal with what grows in our gumbo soil. LOL
Here is the gardening zones for the US
I want to start gardening, but I keep reading about “zones” and how some plants won’t thrive if they’re…
…planted in an inappropiate zone. So how do I find out what zone I live in? I live in Long Beach, CA (Los Angeles County). Does anyone know what zone I’m in? Thanks.
Well looked it up Los Angeles is a zone 9 acording to the internet-Good Luck and happy planting!
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