The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. If you are not sure of your zone ask a nearby nursery or Master Gardener clinic.
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What planting zone is washington state. USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. A few pockets of zone 5b exist throughout the state. Washington is in 4-9 USDA plant hardiness zones.
Most of King County is Zone 8 10-20 F but the eastern part is Zone 7 0-10 F or Zone 6 -10 to 0 F. Coastal regions of Washington State Oregon and Northern California are home to zone 8 hardiness conditions. Understanding the Washington USDA Planting Map.
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The state of Washington falls into US. The USDA hardiness zones rate avera. Nursery plant labels will usually indicate zone hardiness.
Washington on average has approximately 203 days between the last and first frost. Zone 8 10 to 20. Check out state maps for the USDA Hardiness Zones for planting so you can pick plants suited to your location and climate.
-5F to -10F American Horticultural Society Heat Zone Number of days above 86F. Washington State covers growing zones 4 to 9 and each zone has subzones that will shift planting times by days or even weeks. USDA Zones 4a through 9a are represented in Washington.
USDA Agricultural Research Service usdagov. These are areas which range in minimum temperatures from -60 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Extending up the western coast Zone 8 features average minimum winter temperatures of 10 to 20 degrees F.
Hardiness zones in Oklahoma range between 6. You can go lower than the. Higher elevations of course have even cooler climates and.
667 rows List of Hardiness Zones for Washington Cities and Locations. This zone also spans central Texas Mississippi Alabama Georgia and South and North Carolina. USDA Zones 5a through 7a are represented in West Virginia.
Know Your Zone. For the past thirty years the USDA has collected data from weather stations around the country to. Higher elevations Chelan and Leavenworth tending to zone 6a 6b min.
The US Department of Agriculture divided out the map of the US in areas which range from planting zone 1A to planting zone 13B. Planting contenders include the Mexican orange the common olive and the strawberry tree. The Pacific Northwest is identified as growing region 2 by the USDA.
The vast majority of the state is hardiness zone 6. Based on statistics there is a 10 chance that frost will occur before or after these dates. Watch your local weather for more accurate dates.
Plant garlic in early to mid-fall September to October in eastern Washington gardens and late fall November in western Washington gardens. 810 rows Washington Interactive 1990 USDA Hardiness Zone Map. For some good ideas on hardiness zone 6 plants check the list here on Gardenia.
The central and westerly portion of the state however could dip down to as low as -30 degrees F -344 C. West Virginia USDA Zone Map USDA. With hot summers and mild winters growers typically enjoy a.
The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature divided into 10-degree F zones. Based on the 1990 USDA. The coastal regions of Washington State enjoy a very temperate climate with average extreme winter lows of 20 degrees F -66 C.
Zone 8 is considered one of the warmest plant hardiness zones for a large portion of the southern United States. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 6 through 9. 8 rows Now you can click on that zone number to find the most common and best growing zone-compatible.