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United States Plant Zone Map

It's important to know your growing zone when choosing which plants to grow in your garden. Click on the map below for more information on how to find what growing zone you live in. Or you can enter in your zip code at the top of our website to find your growing zone. On mobile devices, the plant zone finder by zip code is at the top of the global menu.

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Growing Shrubs in Containers

Growing Shrubs in Containers

Jan 4th 2020

Gardeners across North America frequently ask us if they can grow shrubs in containers, and we are happy to say that our answer is always an enthusiastic YES! Garden designers have been doing it for centuries, as it's a perfect way to enjoy year-round beauty and structure anywhere you can set a pot. Here are a few simple guidelines to help assure your success. Choosing Shrubs to Grow in Plant … read more
Top 9 Space Saving Hedges

Top 9 Space Saving Hedges

Jan 4th 2020

These plants naturally grow with a super straight and narrow habit - known as "fastigiate" - that makes them perfect for using as a hedge where you can't afford to give up a lot of ground space. These all make stunning specimen plantings as well!Fine Line Buckthorn-Non-invasive-Narrow foliage provides an exotic texture-Space saving, no pruning requiredLaced Up Elderberry-A column of fancy black fo … read more
Growing a Garden with Teenagers

Growing a Garden with Teenagers

Posted by Matt Gerber on Nov 3rd 2019

How can I grow a kid’s garden with teenagers? This was a project I recently took on in my 9th grade biology class. I told my students that they needed to grow a kid’s garden with a team of elementary students. This article is the third in the series, which has been looking at growing kid’s gardens for different ages. We learned some really helpful things as my biology class worked with you … read more

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