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You may not know that the plant you just bought isn't designed to grow in your region. If you can't get a flower to bloom or find that your new shrub died suddenly, the reason could be where you live.
The USDA breaks North America into 11 distinct planting zones, each with its unique temperature and environmental factors influencing a plant's survival chances. Certain types of plants are well-suited for each region.
You may still tend plants that aren't the best match for your planting zone, but sticking to your area will help you find the right plants for your garden and give you the most excellent chance of success.
What types of plants are best for the East Coast? In the northeastern United States, stick to plants that thrive year-round and withstand many wildlife and weather changes.
Perfect Plants for the Midwest With hot summers, intense winters, and tricky soil, the Midwest can be a tough place to garden. For that reason, it's essential to stick to plants that are known for their durability.
Ladybells, hummingbird mint, Oriental lilies, and various vegetables will make your Midwest garden a wonderful mix of tenacity and delicacy.
Planting Zones have been chosen for each plant based on their habitat and lifespan research.
Best Plants for the Southwest The desert Southwest needs plants that can withstand the harshest weather conditions, so look for drought-tolerant species that can handle the climate and add a touch of beauty to the rugged landscape. Firecracker penstemon, Parry's agave, Texas Ranger, and many different cacti are well-suited for this area.
Use our Find Your Planting Zone tool to learn what types of plants are best for your region. Then, you can browse bulbs by Zone, height, color, and season to discover the perfect fit for your garden.