Planting Zones

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Planting Zones

  1. 1. Hardiness Zone By: Sarah Al-Haji 12G
  2. 2. What is Hardiness Zone? A hardiness zone is a geographically-defined zone in which a specific category of plant life is capable of growing, as defined by temperature hardiness, or ability to withstand the minimum temperatures of the zone. The zones were first developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and have subsequently been adopted elsewhere.
  3. 3. Zones & Temperatures
  4. 4. Here are some names and pictures of different plants from different zones, from zone 1 to zone 10…
  5. 5. Zone 1
  6. 6. Lapland Rhododendron
  7. 7. Pennsylvania Cinquefoil
  8. 8. Quaking Aspen
  9. 9. Crowberry
  10. 10. Dwarf Birch
  11. 11. Zone 2
  12. 12. American Cranberry Bush
  13. 13. Paper Birch
  14. 14. Bunchberry Dogwood
  15. 15. Silverberry
  16. 16. Eastern Larch
  17. 17. Zone 3
  18. 18. American Arborvitae
  19. 19. Russian Olive
  20. 20. Japanese Bayberry
  21. 21. Siberian Crabapple
  22. 22. Tatarian Honeysuckle
  23. 23. Zone 4
  24. 24. Sugar Maple
  25. 25. Panicle Hydrangea
  26. 26. Chinese Juniper
  27. 27. Amur River Privet
  28. 28. Virginia Creeper
  29. 29. Zone 5
  30. 30. Slender deutzia
  31. 31. Boston ivy
  32. 32. Flowering Dogwood
  33. 33. Japanese Rose
  34. 34. Common Privet
  35. 35. Zone 6
  36. 36. Japanese Maple
  37. 37. Common Boxwood
  38. 38. English Ivy
  39. 39. Winter Creeper
  40. 40. American Holly
  41. 41. Zone 7
  42. 42. Atlas Cedar
  43. 43. Bigleaf Maple
  44. 44. English Holly
  45. 45. Kurume Azalea
  46. 46. English Yew
  47. 47. Zone 8
  48. 48. Japanese Pittosporum
  49. 49. Mexican Orange
  50. 50. New Zealand Daisy-Bush
  51. 51. Cherry-Laurel
  52. 52. Strawberry Tree
  53. 53. Zone 9
  54. 54. Australian Bush Cherry
  55. 55. Asparagus Fern
  56. 56. Fuchsia
  57. 57. Silk-Oak
  58. 58. Tasmanian Blue Gum
  59. 59. Zone 10
  60. 60. Bougainvillea
  61. 61. Golden Shower
  62. 62. Ensete
  63. 63. Lemon Eucalyptus
  64. 64. Rubber Plant
  65. 65. Royal Palm

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