Discover your location on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map, or make use of our user-friendly growing zone finder tool above.

By identifying your zone, you can determine the suitable growing conditions for your area. Each plant comes with two numbers next to the Growing Zone, for example, 6-9.

This indicates that the plant thrives in Zones 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Kindly note that plant hardiness involves various factors. We rely on the best available information to provide cold hardiness zone details for our plants. The zone maps are created based on multi-year temperature data. It's worth noting that recent, milder winters have caused certain areas to shift one zone warmer. Moreover, temperatures can fluctuate up or down by a zone or even two in any given year. Additional factors such as the absence of snow cover, early or late extremes, and protections like mulching or buildings can also influence plant hardiness. We provide this information as a helpful guide, taking these complexities into account.

If you have any additional questions please contact us. We are happy to help.