The Southeastern Area In the context of the USDA Hardiness Zones, winter hardiness refers to a plant’s capacity to endure the climatic conditions of a certain region over the winter. The USDA Hardiness Zone Map separates the continent of North America into 11 distinct zones.
On average, each zone is 10 degrees Fahrenheit warmer (or colder) than the zone to its immediate north or south. When choosing the plants that will make up the landscape of your garden, you should keep these considerations in mind. The city of Huntsville, Alabama, which is found in Madison County, is situated in zone 7, which is further subdivided into two distinct subzones designated as 7a and 7b.
The northern portion of Madison County is located in zone 7a, while the southern portion of the county is located in zone 7b. Minimum Average Temperature(F): Zone 7a 5 to 0 Zone 7b 10 to 5
What growing zone is Athens Alabama?
The USDA designates the area around Athens, Alabama as Hardiness Zone 7b.
Where is zone 8b in Alabama?
Additional Maps of Alabama:
|Alabama Location||USDA Hardiness Zone(s)|
|Bakerhill||Zone 8a, 8b|
|Baldwin County||Zone 8a, 8b, 9a|
What planting zone is Troy Alabama?
|Avg Min Temp (°F)||36||38||45||50||59||66||70||70||65||53||44||38||53|
|Avg Max Temp (°F)||57||62||69||76||83||89||91||90||86||77||68||60||76|
|Avg Precip (In.)||5.25||4.95||6.58||4.22||3.8||4.71||5.67||3.72||3.74||2.78||4.44||4.5||54.34|
What is a perennial flowering plants?
The classifications of plant types could appear to be a little bit complicated. Everything will become crystal evident after you have a fundamental understanding of how plants are categorized according to the stages of their lifetime. The following is a guide to the three different kinds of plants that are available for purchase.