Plant Care

Caring for your plants is a never-ending learning experience and what makes gardening so enjoyable. There is always something more to learn when it comes to gardening, and there is no such thing as a gardener who doesn't fail. We at Plant Addicts want every single person who tries to grow plants to be as successful as possible, so we have created over 1,000 different care guides for different types of plants and gardening techniques.

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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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Planting When it's Hot Outside

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We have all been there. Looking across the street, admiring your neighbor’s perfectly landscaped yard. The new evergreen tree, perfectly placed shrubs, and the flowering potted arrangements. Then you think to yourself, “ It’s so hot outside, planting now will never work.” “Why did I wait so long?” Good news-- it’s never too late to think about adding new plants to your garden areas. Can You P … read more
How To Tell If Your Plants Survived The Texas Winter Storm

How To Tell If Your Plants Survived The Texas Winter Storm

Mar 23, 2021

The Texas winter freeze that was unofficially named Winter Storm Uri caused a lot of damage to places that aren't meant or built for the cold weather. Unfortunately, that includes a lot of the plants that grow in the region. Ice, snow and freezing temperatures caused many plants to die. This impacted live oak trees, palm trees, Indian hawthorn, abelias, loropetalums, Asian jasmine, purpl … read more
Protecting Plants in Winter

Protecting Plants in Winter

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10, 2020

The first line of defense is to choose plants that are hardy down to your average low winter temperature. These plants might look dead in winter, but they come back as spring warms the air and ground. We can’t control the weather, however, so when exceptions to your typical low hit or you really want a plant on the border for your temperatures, you can help that prized plant make it through the wi … read more

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