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What zone is NJ?

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What zone is NJ?

New Jersey is divided into four different planting zones, 6a, 6b, 7a and 7b. Click on the map to enlarge it to determine which zone you are in. USDA revised the old plant hardiness map to reflect changes in average winter low temperatures over the last thirty years.

What zone is South Carolina?

Almost the entirety of South Carolina is zone 8 (subdivided into a and b, b is warmer) with small outlier pockets of 7 and 9. Contrast that with some western states.

Where is zone 9 in the US?

Zones 9 to 11 in the United States encompass such areas as Texas, California, Louisiana, Florida, and other southern areas of the states. Their characteristics regarding water vary, however, which is also a consideration when choosing plants.

Where is Zone 5 in the United States?

Zone 5 States

AlaskaCaliforniaConnecticut
NebraskaNevadaNew Mexico
New YorkOhioPennsylvania
South DakotaUtahVirginia
WashingtonWest VirginiaWyoming

Where is Zone 7 in the US?

USDA zone 7 contains southern Oklahoma, a chunk of northern Texas, southern New Mexico, central Arizona, southern Utah and southern and western areas of Nevada. The zone extends into eastern California and west-central Oregon/Washington.

What is a Zone 6?

Zone 6: This zone has a minimum average of temperatures of -10° to 0°F. Zone 6a: This subzone has a minimum average temperature of -10° to -5° F. Zone 6b: This subzone has a minimum average temperature of -5° to 0°F.

Where is zone 8 in the US?

In North America, Zone 8 is one of the warmest zones, containing much of the southern quarter of the United States, including much of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona, California, and coastal Oregon and Washington.

What is a zone 4?

If you are in USDA zone 4, you're probably somewhere quite far north. This means that your area gets long, warm days during the summer with high temps in the 70's and lots of snow and average cold temps of -10 to -20 F.

What growing zone is Yukon?

Yukon Territory/Territoire du Yukon

1961-1990 zone1981-2010 hardiness index
Watson Lake1a16
Whitehorse1a16

What planting zone is Burlington?

Zone 6b

Based on the USDA Hardiness Zone Map Designations, this interactive version covers the Province of Ontario which ranges from USDA Zone 0b to USDA Zone 7a.
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List of Plant Hardiness Zones for Cities and Towns in Ontario.
LocationHardiness Zone
BurlingtonZone 6b: -20.6°C to -17.8°C
CFB PetawawaZone 4b: -31.7°C to -28.9°C

What grows best in zone 6b?

The best plants for zone 6 that can be sown outside as early as March are cold weather crops like lettuce, radishes, and peas.
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Perennial favorites that thrive in this zone include:
  • Bee balm.
  • Coneflower.
  • Salvia.
  • Daisy.
  • Daylily.
  • Coral bells.
  • Hosta.
  • Hellebore.

Jun 15, 2021

What zone is Vancouver?

Zone 8b

Hardiness Zones, Gardening Zones, Growing Zones and Plant Zones refer to defined geographic regions that can support specific plants, flowers and trees.
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List of Plant Hardiness Zones for Cities and Towns in British Columbia.
LocationHardiness Zone
District of North VancouverZone 8b: 15°F ...

What does zone mean in gardening?

A gardening zone, also called a hardiness zone, is an area that has similar climate conditions. It is usually used for landscaping and gardening to help determine what plants will grow in each area.

What zone is Canada in?

There are six time zones in Canada covering four and a half hours. From west to east these time zones are: Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern, Atlantic and Newfoundland.
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Time Zones in Canada.
Published OnlineJuly 24, 2007
Last EditedFebruary 26, 2022

Jul 24, 2007

What gardening zone is Courtenay BC?

7b

British Columbia/Colombie Britannique

1961-1990 zone1981-2010 hardiness index
Courtenay7b79
Cowichan Bay8a82
Cranbrook5a54
Crawford Bay6b70

What zone is Prince George BC?

zone three

Prince George is in zone three, compared to the Lower Mainland which sits at six or seven.

What growing zone is Fort St John?

zone 2b – 3

Fort St. John is a zone 2b – 3.

What zone is Kelowna?

6a

Most of Kelowna is located in a 6a plant hardiness zone (plants can withstand a minimum temperature of -23 °C) and can support a wide variety of ornamental and native plants.

What zone is Calgary?

Zone 4a

In 2016, Calgary's plant hardiness designation was moved from Zone 3b to Zone 4a. The new category indicates a greater variety of plants will grow in the region during an extended growing season.

What zone is Nanaimo BC?

zone 6

Nanaimo falls into the zone 6 category of gardening—allowing you to grow a great variety of plants. Many parts of zone 6 have a range of temperatures that will allow both cold-weather and warm-weather plants to flourish.

What zone is Vancouver for planting?

8b

Here are some large cities in Canada and their respective hardiness zones: Vancouver: 8b. Victoria: 9b.