What Growing Zone Am I In?

Gardening can be a challenge if you live in certain hardiness growing zones.  Many people feel that if they are in a colder climate, their plant choices are limited. What do
Hardiness Zone MapI mean by this?  This means contrary to what you might think, you have a lot of options.  This means you can grow most of the plants in zones 2 through 5 and from one end of the United States to the other!  It also means you can grow plants from other countries that are in the same growing zones.  The only challenges are the heat and humidity in the varying climates, and the irrigation.  All of these challenges can be adjusted by creating micro-climates in your yard.  Simple!

This website is written for the challenging climate growing zones of Zone 5 and less. So, you’ll find that the plants I recommend and the design concepts address the challenges in these climates, making it easy to grow exactly what you want.  And opening your vision to all the possibilities that exist throughout the world to add to your garden.

If you subscribe to this blog, you’ll learn all the tricks of the gardening trade to grow the plants you want.  You’ll have access to all the resources I provide and you’ll have a lot of fun.

In sync with nature,

Tova Roseman
Earth Diva

 

 

 

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Tova Roseman is a horticulturist, designer, award-winning speaker and nationally best-selling author. She received two awards for Best Radio Program in the nation and has been featured on HGTV, Discovery, NBC and ABC television. Tova is well-known for creating lush, organic gardens that are waterwise and pollinator friendly in challenging climates.