Hardiness Zone Maps
making compost
planting annuals
growing flowers
starting a flower garden
Home
Annuals
More Annuals
Perennials
Tips and Links
Gardening Terms
Gardening Links
Email
Sitemap
Plant Doctor Blog
Vegetables
Tomatoes
Beans & Corn
Fall Salad Garden
Going Green
Starting a Garden
Lawn Care
Spring Bulbs
Summer Bulbs
House Plants
Plants in Containers Groundcovers
Growing Roses
Compost
Manure Tea
Frost Dates
Hardiness Zones
Winter Annuals
Want to Buy?
Plants, information, equipment
Please click on Google ads to support this site.

Please click on Google ads to support this site.
gardening in australia, gardening in new zealand, gardening in canada, gardening in britian, gardening in south africa

Hardiness Zone Maps



  The US Department of Agriculture has developed a plant hardiness zone map for North America, including Canada and Mexico. The purpose of the map is to give a general indication of winter temperatures so that gardeners and landscapers can plan on what plants will grow in which areas. For example, plants that are rated for "Zone Three" will likely survive winters in that zone or any that are numbered higher. Though this does not guarantee the plant will survive any other conditions such as summer heat, drought, humidity, or wind conditions. Neither is this a guarantee that a plant will survive exceptionally cold or long winter seasons.

US, Canada, and Mexico Plant Hardiness Zones


hardiness zones

Use Zip Code to Find Hardiness Zone Then Use Back Button to Return


Average US Frost Dates and Growing Seasons by State



Hardiness Zones in New York State by County
Hardiness Zones in Texas by County
Hardiness Zones in Britian, Ireland, and Western Europe

Australian Hardiness Zone map


Australian hardiness zones


Please search here and click on Google ads to support this site.
Google

Dr. Earth Organic 5 Tomato, Vegetable & Herb Fertilizer

Dr. Earth Organic 5 Tomato, Vegetable & Herb Fertilizer

This 100% natural and organic fertilizer ensures a healthy start for your vegetables, more abundant crops, and long-lasting benefits for your plants. Its superior blend of fish bone meal, feather meal, kelp meal, alfalfa meal, soft rock phosphate, fish meal, mined potassium sulphate, humic acid, seaweed extract, beneficial soil microbes plus ecto and endo mycorrhizae make this product stand out as a must for healthy tomatoes, herbs and vegetables. And it's pet and people safe!



Heirloom Tomato Pocket Garden

Heirloom Tomato Pocket Garden

Farmers and gardeners of long ago selected the produce they continued to grow on the basis of flavor and texture. Large scale commercial growing, consistency of size and shape and the demand for year-round availability shaped the development of different characteristics in food crops. Now you can grow your own heirloom varieties carefully selected once again for their unique colors, shapes and most importantly delectable flavor and texture. Remember the garden your grandmother used to grow? Your Heirloom Tomato Garden Kit contains seeds for Caspian Pink, Brandywine, Tigerella, Green Zebra, and Big Rainbow Tomatoes, stakes, pencil and growing booklet.


Look for plants and garden equipment on ebay.



Logo

Check the great prices at DirectGardening.com

buy one get one free

Everything a gardener needs!