Zone 9 Plants

USDA plant hardiness zone 9 has a variety of plants, trees, and shrubs that can be grown there. Hardiness zones are determined by the average coldest temperatures in that region. The temperatures determine which plants are safe to grow there.

With a last frost date of March 1 and a first frost date of December 15 the months of growing are longer and should be planned accordingly. These dates will vary so it is important to watch temperatures and weather patterns to stay on top of it. The average temperatures in zone 9 can get down to 20°F to 30°F.

States that these plants can grow in range from Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, and Washington.

Read more about plant hardiness zones.

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