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Information about Zone 6 planting

Information about Zone 6 planting USDA Hardiness Zone 6 covers a large portion of the United States. With cold winter and mild-to-hot summers, you have many growing options in Zone 6. Average Temperature -10 to 0 degree F Avg. Last Frost - April 15 Avg. First Frost - Oct 15 Avg. Growing Days - 183 Zone 6 features many plants ideal for gardening and landscaping. Seed companies, nurseries and garden centers offer Zone 6 gardeners countless options. In many areas, spring, summer and fall blooms and vegetables are all possible. Types of Flowers Grow Because Zone 6 features distinct seasons of spring, summer and fall, flowers are available and will bloom for several months. Japanese Bottlebrush False sunflower 06 01 Sedum 02 Lady's Mantle 05 03 Floribunda rose 04 Flowering fern Types of Fruit grow Peaches perform especially well in Zone 6. Jefferson Madison Loring Nectar Late Crawford Red Globe Types of Herbs grow Due to warm springs, herbs that reseed themselves are often popular Zone 6 choices. 3 Borage False chamomile Coriander Dill Oregano Types of Vegetables grow In Zone 6, the extended garden season and hotter summer temperatures make growing a wide variety of vegetables popular. Temperatures remain cool enough for rhubarb and asparagus, but get warm enough for melons and watermelon. Bush beans Butter lettuce Indeterminate tomatoes Winter squash Longer season melons www https://www.giftblooms.com f IgiftbloomS.usa /GiftBlooms O/giftblooms Igiftdeliveryonline Reference Links: ngiftblooms 1) https://gilmour.com/planting-zones-hardiness-map 2) https://mauroseed.com/pages/usda-planting-zone-map

Information about Zone 6 planting

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USDA Hardiness Zone 6 covers a large portion of the United States. With cold winter and mild-to-hot summers, you have many growing options in Zone 6.

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