Will Thuja Grow in Zone 10?

Answer Plants in the botanical genus Thuja more commonly are called arborvitae. Their evergreen, scaly leaves look wispy and flat, making them excellent hedge plants or specimen shrubs for foundation plan... Read More »

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Will the Douglas Fir Grow in Zone 5?

Sometimes considered the tallest growing species in the pine family Pinaceae, the Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) hails from the cool summer highlands and coasts of the Pacific Northwest. This ... Read More »

Will clivia grow in zone 9?

Clivia is a tropical plant native to South Africa. It can grow in U.S. hardiness zones 9b to 11, which means it can tolerate cold temperatures down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit for short periods. Howev... Read More »

Will the Coast Redwood Grow in Zone 5?

Admired for their upright, spirelike silhouettes, fernlike foliage and large size, redwoods make impressive and attractive trees for a spacious park or garden. Three different species of trees are ... Read More »

Will Pampas Grass Grow in Zone 7?

Pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana) is an ornamental grass native to South America. Ornamental grasses like pampas grass are widely used to provide texture in landscapes and are generally low mainte... Read More »