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The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Plant Hardiness Zone Map, which divides the continental U.S. into eight gardening zones based on wintertime minimum temperature averages, can help you select plants that have the best chance of flourishing where you live. Each of our product pages lists the hardiness zones in which that particular plant is best suited for growing. Take the time to learn your location on the garden zone map. Don't wait until the next planting season begins to ask yourself, "What is my gardening zone?" or "What gardening zone am I in?" We can't emphasize this point enough: It's crucial for you to know your zone before choosing your plants. Selecting the right plants for your zone helps ensure a better performing and more attractive garden. As you become a more seasoned gardener and come to be more familiar with the advantages--and the limitations--of your growing season, you'll learn which of your favourite plants you can grow most successfully.