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 Plant Hardiness Zone Map

Climate zones in North America

 

This map can be used to help you select the best plants for your garden, and to determine when to plant. It is simple to use, all you have to do is locate the zone where you live, and then choose plants with your zone listing.

 

Some of the flowers and plants on our website have the zone ranges indicated. Most plants can grow successfully in a range of zones. Some plants, such as perennials, biennials, and bulbs, are more zone specific and should only be grown in the recommended zones. But annuals grow in almost any zone, providing they are given the correct amounts of water and sunlight, and the soil contains the proper nutrients.

 

The zones on this map represent the average minimum temperatures in each area. The zones actually blend into each other, and within each zone there are microclimates that can be colder or milder than the surrounding area. Use the map only as a guide to selecting plants for your garden. When buying plants at your local garden center you may want to ask questions concerning specific plants in your geographical climate.

 

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Seasonal plants and flowers

Fernlea grows flowers and plants for all seasons. Choose a category below to see what is available and to find lots of growing and plant care tips.

 

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Annual Plants and Flowers

Container Gardens

Autumn Flowers

Trailing Vines

Red Star Spikes

Rio Dipladenias

 

 

Tips and ideas for your garden

Here are some quick links within our site to help you with your gardening.

 

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Selecting Colours

Plant Disease

Plant Pests and Insects

Deer Repellents

Plant Nutrients

Sun vs. Shade Plants

Hardiness Zone Map

Horticultural Glossary

Soil Smarts

Weed Control

 

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