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 The Zone for Sheep Sorrel Plants?

Answer Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella) is a perennial herb native to Asia and Europe. The plant belongs to the knotweed family and is also referred to as red sorrel, field sorrel or common sorrel. Sheep s... Read More »
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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 »
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The Best Azalea Plants for Zone 9?

With mild winters that get no colder than 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, U.S. Department of Agriculture Hardiness Zone 9 also tends to have a long, hot summer. Azaleas best adapted for this zone need... Read More »
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Blueberry Plants for Zone 3 or 4?

Growing blueberries can be very rewarding in zones 3 or 4 of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Hardiness Map--if you know which types of blueberry plants will do best. Hardiness zones 3 and 4 ar... Read More »
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Zone 7 Landscape Plants?

Temperatures in USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 7 can reach an average minimum of between zero and 10 degrees Fahrenheit--so landscape plants have to be able to withstand chilly temperatures and frosty c... Read More »
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