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Hardiness zones are helpful, but for beginner gardeners, they can often confuse you more than they clarify. They're based on the average annual minimum temperature, which gives you SOME info but not ALL the info you need to know what to plant and when to plant it in your garden. Click here to find your zone: 🤍 SUPPORT EPIC GARDENING → Shop Our Store: 🤍 LEARN MORE → All Our Channels: 🤍 → Blog: 🤍 → Podcast: 🤍 → Discord: 🤍 → Instagram: 🤍 → TikTok: 🤍 → Pinterest: 🤍 → Twitter: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍 → FB Group: 🤍 DISCLAIMER Epic Gardening occasionally links to goods or services offered by vendors to help you find the best products to care for plants. Some of these may be affiliate links, meaning we earn a small commission if items are purchased. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. More info on our process: 🤍
How do you know if a fruit tree or any other plant will survive in your climate? For over 50 years gardeners have been consulting hardiness zone maps. #orchardpeople #fruittreecare But there is lots of confusion. What is the difference between US and Canadian hardiness zone maps? And do plant hardiness zone maps still matter in an era of climate change? In this video, Susan Poizner of the fruit tree education website OrchardPeople.com speaks with research scientists Dan McKenney, PhD and John Pedlar from Natural Resources Canada. 🤍 🤍 This video is a short excerpt from an hour-long podcast. Listen. to the entire podcast here: 🤍 To see the Canadian plant hardiness zone maps visit this page: 🤍 During the live show we had a contest to win this month's prize, a copy of "Now is the Time for Trees" by Dan Lambe of the Arbor Day Foundation. Learn more here: 🤍 CHAPTERS 00:00 What are plant hardiness Zones? 0026: Limitations of plant hardiness zones 01:18 Canadian plant hardiness zone origins 01:56 Canadian vs. US hardiness zones 3:57 Challenges of converting between systems 5:30 Plant Hardiness Zones and climate change 07:09 Advice for gardeners on coping with climate change And if you are ready to learn more about fruit tree care, read on! 🌳 Learn specialist fruit tree pruning, pest and disease management, young tree care and more in one of Orchard People’s premium online courses: 🤍 😀 For a 10% discount on any course, use the discount code: VIDEO. 🍑 To purchase recommended fruit tree care products and books visit Orchard People's online store: 🤍 🍐 For monthly fruit tree care content updates sign up for Orchard People's free monthly newsletter and to receive a free 11-page eBook "Growing Fruit Trees That Thrive" visit: 🤍 🍎 For more videos, eBooks and podcasts about fruit tree care, visit 🤍 Orchard People has made fruit tree care easier for thousands of home growers, gardeners and arborists in North America and beyond since 2013. Visit our website for more in depth information on fruit tree care and maintenance! 🤍.
Watch this Backyard Smart to learn about plant hardiness and what zone you live in. A plant's hardiness is essential to know when choosing plants for your garden because it indicates its ability to survive in your local climate. There are thirteen hardiness zones in the United States, and there's a map in this video to help find your zone. Know your zone when you check the plant's tag or the back of the seed packet. Read our post to learn more about plant hardiness: 🤍 Get backyard living ideas 🤍 Explore Exmark mowers: 🤍 Follow us: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
Each gardener should know their Plant Hardiness Zone. It helps gardeners choose plants that will survive cold winter temperatures. Gardener Scott explains what Hardiness Zones are, discusses their history, highlights how to use them to benefit your garden, and shows where you can find your Plant Hardiness Zone in different countries (Video #235) Check on these links to find your zone: USDA 🤍 Australia 🤍 Canada 🤍 Europe 🤍 Join the Gardener Scott channel to get access to perks. Click the "JOIN" button or link here: 🤍 You can also support the channel with Gardener Scott merchandise like T-shirts and mugs at the Gardener Scott Store: 🤍 Click this link to SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 To order a GreenStalk vertical garden system, click on this affiliate link: 🤍 Use code"GARDENERSCOTT" for a $10 discount. You can help support the Gardener Scott channel in five ways that won’t cost you anything extra: 1.) Be part of the community by liking videos, subscribing, clicking the bell, commenting, and sharing. 2.) Watch the ads whenever you can. It just takes a few seconds and helps me a lot. 3.) If you use Amazon and want to buy anything at all, click through with this link: 🤍 4) Check out Gardener Scott's Recommended Gardening Books at: 🤍 5) Click on this affiliate link to get Audible books that you can listen to in the garden: 🤍 Your support helps me pay for plants, gardening supplies, and all of the other costs associated with running a YouTube channel. Thank you for your support! #EnjoyGardening #GardenerScott Links included in this description and referenced in videos might be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you purchase a product or service with the links I provide, I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you for those affiliate links and your support allows me to provide free content every week on the Gardener Scott channel. Thank you!
Tim from MrMaple.com teaches you how to figure out your USDA plant hardiness zone for your area. Most all Japanese maples are good in zones 5-9. There are some Japanese maples that are good in zones 4 which may be available by calling us (MrMaple.com) on the phone. Make sure to like this video, discuss questions in the comments section, and subscibe to our channel. You can support this channel by shopping at 🤍 Follow us on facebook: 🤍 Follow Tim on Instagram at: 🤍 Follow Matt on Instagram at: 🤍 Follow MrMaple on Pinterst: 🤍 - Thanks for the music by Jason Shaw 🤍 audioautix.com and the intro & outro video provided by 🤍youtube.com/user/Alexbau01
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I wanted to take a dive into the world of growing zones and see how they came to be. I hope you find this video helpful for understanding what growing zones/plant hardiness zones are, and what zone you are in living either in the US or outside. Links🔽 USDA: 🤍 Europe Zones: 🤍 Canadian Zones: 🤍 Worldwide growing zones: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:42 What is a hardiness zone? 1:08 A brief history 2:37 What information do they give? 3:30 Interactive map 8:11 Other countries 12:58 What they don't tell you Follow My Instagram📸 🤍 #USDAGrowingZones #Planthardinesszonemap #zone6
In this video, I explore Growing Zones also known as Hardiness Zones. I discover why it is important to know your growing zone even if all your are trying to grow is grass and shrubbery. I will also discuss Micro climates. Pretty neat stuff! Hope you will join me as I try to shed some light on being a green thumb. It is not what you might think. Thank you for watching. Please subscribe to my channel if you have not already and be sure to hit the Like button if you liked my video also hit the notification bell so you can follow along when I post future videos. You can also follow and connect with me on Facebook and Instagram. 🤍 🤍 Additional contact information can be found in my about section of my channel. Music: Summer - Bensound "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" This video is not intended for anyone below the age of 18.
Have you ever wondered how our government came up with the USDA hardiness zone map? In this video we will unlock the mysteries of this useful tool. I'll talk about what the hardiness zone you live in has to do with your gardening efforts, and I'll also explain why there is so much difference between the same zones in different regions of our nation. Support my channel by shopping at Seeds for Generations: 🤍 _ Black Gumbo shares our suburban, backyard, sustainable gardening efforts. We work a small-scale teaching garden, much like the typical Zone 9a backyard garden and raised beds, the kind of gardening accessible to all. We tend to take the slice of life approach and hope you will enjoy our family, our dog, our cooking, our adventures, and occasionally some commentary and advice. We love family, joy and friendship, and we invite you to enjoy these things with us! Please subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Visit us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram; 🤍 We’d be so grateful if you would like and share our videos if you find them useful. It helps us immensely.
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I sometimes mention in my videos that I’m in zone 5, more specifically, zone 5b. But what does this actually mean? Today I’ll talk about USDA Plant Hardiness Zones. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: 🤍 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone interactive map: 🤍 Interactive map UK: 🤍 Links to agricultural extensions: 🤍 I'm passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don't push gardening products. I don't hype bogus "garden secrets". I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!
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Your garden Hardiness Zone and length of Growing Season are important gardening numbers to know. Hardiness Zone helps gardeners determine what perennial plants can survive through winter and length of Growing Season helps gardeners determine what plants to grow in summer. Gardener Scott discusses how to use that information in the garden. (Video #244) Find your dates: First Frost Date: 🤍 Last Frost Date: 🤍 Your Frost dates: 🤍 Join the Gardener Scott channel to get access to perks. Click the "JOIN" button or link here: 🤍 You can also support the channel with Gardener Scott merchandise like T-shirts and mugs at the Gardener Scott Store: 🤍 Click this link to SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 To order a GreenStalk vertical garden system, click on this affiliate link: 🤍 Use code"GARDENERSCOTT" for a $10 discount. You can help support the Gardener Scott channel in five ways that won’t cost you anything extra: 1.) Be part of the community by liking videos, subscribing, clicking the bell, commenting, and sharing. 2.) Watch the ads whenever you can. It just takes a few seconds and helps me a lot. 3.) If you use Amazon and want to buy anything at all, click through with this link: 🤍 4) Check out Gardener Scott's Recommended Gardening Books at: 🤍 5) Click on this affiliate link to get Audible books that you can listen to in the garden: 🤍 Your support helps me pay for plants, gardening supplies, and all of the other costs associated with running a YouTube channel. Thank you for your support! #EnjoyGardening #GardenerScott Links included in this description and referenced in videos might be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you purchase a product or service with the links I provide, I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you for those affiliate links and your support allows me to provide free content every week on the Gardener Scott channel. Thank you!
In this video I attempt to answer the FAQ: what USDA hardiness zone does my garden fall into? Spoiler: it's complicated! The zones only take into account the average minimum temperature and disregard factors such as the length of the frost free growing season and the impact of day-length. For many more tips check out my book EDIBLE PARADISE: Permaculture Market: 🤍 Amazon UK: 🤍 Chelsea Green (USA): 🤍 Amazon.com: 🤍 Website: 🤍 - social - Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #hardiness #gardeningzones
What USDA Plant Hardiness Zone am I in? Will my new plant survive the winter where I live in Cleveland, Akron-Canton, Youngstown, or the general Northeast Ohio area? These are questions we hear a lot from customers, who want to know how hardy their perennials, trees, and shrubs are, and to what extent they’ll be able to withstand our cold winter temperatures. Watch this video with Noelle, Horticulturist and Education Director with Petitti Garden Centers to find out what planting hardiness zone you live in, how to recognize what zone a plant can handle, and what you can do to ensure your plants make it through our windy winters.
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It is important to know what USDA Plant Hardiness Zone you are in. This will help you to determine which plants will thrive in your location. You can find the USDA map here. 🤍 For more complete information on growing your own food visit our blog. 🤍 Amazon shop: 🤍 FaceBook: 🤍
Master gardener William Moss discusses the recent updates the USDA made to their Plant Hardiness Zone Map due to warmer temperatures. To view over 15,000 other how-to, DIY, and advice videos on any topic, visit 🤍
You've probably heard people talk about "zones" or me mentioning our focus for zones 9 and 10. What the heck does it all mean, and why does it matter? Here's what you need to know: Sign up for our newsletter here: 🤍 0:31 Intro 1:04 Zones 101 5:11 Buying for Your Zone As a seed company based in San Diego, our emphasis is to provide products and resources catered to gardeners in zones 8, 9, and 10. Our information - and even our seeds - are still totally viable for growers in other zones, but you may need to adjust things like timing. It's good to have an understanding of what the different zones are, what makes them different, and what zone you are in. These numbers were created by the Department of Agriculture to give a GENERAL idea of how weather patterns affect farmers and what they can grow according to how hardy a crop is. Hardiness just refers to the plant's ability to grow during the extreme high and low temperatures in that zone. As you can see, there are only several zones where most of us might live. If you're way out there in zones 1 or 2, more power to you! If you're in zone 11, let me know what island you're on and when I can visit! Because there are only 6 zones to cover the lower 48, this is a VERY GENERAL estimation of your climate. Because we are based in zone 10, a lot of what we do is applicable to growers along the West Coast and across the southern band across the continental US. Gardeners in zones 8 and 9 are going to deal with some frost (but also can grow things that need more chill hours), while we rarely get below freezing here at our San Diego location. I grew up in Kansas which is a very different zone. You have shorter growing windows, or you need to grow plants that can deal with (or even thrive in) cold temperatures. A great example is tulips. No matter how much you want them, they won't grow naturally here in San Diego. That's why you don't seed them in our seed catalog. For something like garlic (which I absolutely can't live without), we have to vernalize them in order to simulate the cold weather. Just to make things even more confusing, Sunset came out with their own zones. Their system is not the same, so be aware of that. Knowing your zone is so important when it comes to your garden and choosing varieties that are going to do well. We encourage you to keep an eye on your local temperatures and get to know your own micro-climate as well. If you live in a valley or on top of a hill, your micro-climate could vary from your neighbors just a few miles away. KEEP LEARNING →Want more gardening tips? Head on over to our site and the LEARN dropdown: 🤍 →You can also sign up for one of our classes (go through it at your own speed): "Organic Gardening: Grow Your Own Food" and our famous "Seed Starting Academy" are available at 🤍 GET STOCKED UP: →Vegetables: 🤍 →Flowers: 🤍 →Herbs: 🤍 →Rare Seeds: 🤍 →Tools & Merchandise: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA →Instagram: 🤍 →Facebook: 🤍 #Gardening
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The 2012 USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones. I believe these arbitrary "zones" to be not entirely helpful or all encompassing. They are certainly not accurate or updated. They are a piece of the puzzle when it comes to understanding which plants can live in a specific location, but they should be combined with other important elements as well. I discuss this idea in depth in this video. Please let me know what you think below! This may be a controversial opinion that generates controversy, but it's worth having dialogue on! 🤍 🤍 Filmed 08/01/2022
Different plants have different needs and one of the primary ways of deciding if a new perennial will thrive in your garden is knowing what your plant hardiness zone is. In this video Frankie-Lou demystifies some of the factors that affect your local zone as well as the differences between Canadian and American systems. Topics covered include: resources for determining zones, microclimates and cautions for seed and plant purchases. Here’s the link to the Natural Resources site: 🤍
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USDA's Agricultural Research Service has released a new plant hardiness zone map; the first one in twenty two years.
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This video explains how to interpret the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map, which maps out the average lowest low for various areas (I specifically talk about Zone 8B) - 🤍 I also reviewed information on historic lows for winter weather in Austin Texas (Zone 8b) - 🤍 Next week I'll be making "Garden Frost Protection Tips for Zone 8 and Zone 9 - Austin Texas - Part 3", I think I'm going to lose most of my plants, but I'll try everything I can to protect them from our single digit lows! If you enjoyed this video, please like and subscribe. Thank you for watching Austin Texas Gardening! #Texas #Garden #HardinessZone #DeepFreeze #FrostProtection #Zone8B #Zone9A #Explained #AustinTexas #Gardening
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Do you know who created the hardiness zone map and how to use it? Time stamp Intro 0:00 What are hardiness zones 0:20 How to use the hardiness map 2:09 Limitations of the hardiness zones 2:44 How to find your hardiness zones 3:45 How to use the hardiness zones 4:01
Barb Pierson, Nursery Manager at White Flower Farm, explains what a hardiness zone is for planting, and how the microclimate at your home may effect your planting choices. Subscribe NOW to White Flower Farm on YouTube: 🤍 Get more White Flower Farm: Join the White Flower Farm Email Newsletter: 🤍 Request a White Flower Farm Catalog: 🤍 Like White Flower Farm: 🤍 Follow White Flower Farm: 🤍 Shop with White Flower Farm, Plantsmen since 1950: 🤍 White Flower Farm is a family-owned mail-order nursery located in northwestern Connecticut. Since 1950 we have been providing a wide range of perennials, annuals, bulbs, shrubs, vines, amaryllis, gardening tools & supplies, and gifts for gardeners. We also offer gardening advice and how-to information to gardeners throughout the United States. 🤍
An explanation of cold hardiness zones regarding your plants.
USDA Hardiness Zones help gardeners determine what plants will survive the temperatures in their location. These zone maps have some limitations, but are a good guide to finding suitable plants for your garden and landscape. These maps can be found at: 🤍 From the Ground Up is your source for Wyoming relevant gardening and horticulture tips, brought to you weekly by the University of Wyoming Extension. University of Wyoming Extension Horticulture 🤍 University of Wyoming Extension Master Gardeners 🤍 If you have yard & garden questions we have experts standing by: 🤍 Produced by: David Keto - Extension Media Producer note the music track on this video does not fall under the Creative Commons License. All rights reserved to Digital Juice.
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A Hardiness Zone applies to perennial plants, where their ability to take low temperatures matters for the following year’s growth. Our zone is 8a, which does not tell of our humid summers with temperatures regularly around 95+ Fahrenheit. If you plant annuals, soil temperatures will be a better guide for planting.
Gardening in Canada video on canadian plant hardiness zones. How do you find your zone in Canada. Are you soon to be planting a perennial garden? This video is a MUST watch for any beginner gardeners. If you are trying to figure out your plant hardiness zone then you’re in the right place! USDA plant zone hardiness website. 🤍 Agriculture and Agrifoods Canada website: 🤍 1) We go through how to find your zone for your region through the USDA & Agriculture and Agri Foods Canada website. 2) We talk about micro climates and how they can effect what your choose for a perennial crop 3) How to read plant labels and why they are important. If you have an idea of what your looking for check out the time stamps below! 1) United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Plant Hardiness Zone Map Resource is at 1:30 2) Agriculture and Agri Foods Canada Plant Hardiness Zone Map How To is at 2:00 3) How to Read Plant Tags To Find The Zone is at 2:40 4) How to winterize perennials not in your range 3:50 VIDEO ON WHEN TO START A VEGETABLE GARDEN: LOOKING FOR NORE PLANT VIDEOS? 🤍 Looking for more videos on plants? Subscribe AMAZON LINKS FOR THE GEAR I USE: Mister Bottle 🤍 Seed Starter Pack 🤍 Fiskers Trimmers 🤍 T5 Lighting Setup: 🤍 Thanks for much for watching. If you enjoyed the video please don’t forget to give it a thumbs up and help me gain some traction. This is my passion and I do this entirely as a side hobby. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE if you are wanting to know more on gardening in Canada & gardening in Colder Climates in general. My methods apply to the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 1 - Zone 6. Leave a comment and let me know where your are gardening. And let me know what videos you would like to see in the future!
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