Soil conditions, shade, watering and nutrients make all the difference. My neighbor (who won't take any advice) cannot grow fruit.sissy said:interesting 7a but says great for the east but yet problems with the west .I live up on hill and am exposed to winds and in the summer I can be in my yard and cool and I will take the dogs for a walk down on the road and be sweating and it is shaded there and protected from winds ,but hotter .I have plants here that burn up my neighbor has the same plant and it grows great .must be green thumb thing
The link posted just above your post was the new USDA map issued last year.Jason said:Cool, How old is this? It has not gotten below 30 degrees here in a looonnngggg time, I think I am more Zone 9 than 8
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