Fruit & Vegetable Plants in Zone 9 & 10?

Answer U.S. Department of Agriculture Hardiness Zones 9 and 10 cover warm parts of the U.S., including central and southern Florida, portions of Louisiana, southern Texas and parts of Arizona and Californ... Read More »

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Vegetable Planting Times for Zone 7?

U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 7 falls over much of the South-Central and Southeast U.S. It extends as far north as New Jersey on the East Coast and coastal Washington in the West, w... Read More »

WHAT TO DO !!! One seed catalogue says certain plants are zone 3 but a diff catalogue says they're zone 4?

They say lilac bushes are zone 4, but here we zone three'ers are growing lilacs like they're going out of style. So either just guess, or err on the side of caution and stay in zone three. I also c... Read More »

Heirloom Fruit Trees for Zone 8?

Zone 8 runs in a broad belt across the southeastern United States, starting in Texas and extending through northern Florida. A wide variety of heirloom fruit trees thrive in this region, ranging fr... Read More »

Is a pea a fruit or a vegetable?

Botanists classify peas as fruits because they come from the ripened ovary of a flower. However, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Nix v. Hedden in 1893 that peas are vegetables because they are comm... Read More »