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What is my hardiness zone?

Enter the first five digits of your ZIP code and we'll tell you where you fall in the USDA Hardiness Zones database.

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How can I tell if a plant is an Annual or Perennial?

Annuals and Perennials vary depending on where you live. If you want a perennial, shrub, or tree to survive and grow year after year, the plant must tolerate year-round conditions in your area, such as the lowest and highest temperatures and the amount of rainfall. If you are Zone 5 any plant that is Zone 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1 would be a perennial in your area, anything zone 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 would be an annual. Certain areas of your yard could be hot spots and might be able to tolerate one zone higher.

Note: If the map that displays your zone appears inaccurate, you may be in a microclimate. Click here for a detailed explanation.

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