Garden Zones

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Winter-Hardy Tropical Plants

Winter-Hardy Tropical Plants (5 photos)

Many tropical-looking plants aren't winter hardy below 15 to 20 degrees (USDA Zone 8). These beauties can go as low as Zone 6 or 7.

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Create Entertaining Zones

Create Entertaining Zones (video 0:00:29)

Add definition to your yard by creating different entertaining zones.

Discover Plant Hardiness Zones

Learn more about the USDA hardiness zone map and how to use it.

Triple-Zoned Backyard

Triple-Zoned Backyard (video 3:57)

William makes three zones -- patio, garden and playspace -- in this yard.

Q&A: Lettuce in the Winter?

Follow this tip to grow green vegetables during winter.

Hard Cider

Hard Cider

Tips for choosing the best varieties of apples for just the right flavor.

Fringetree, Chinese

The Chinese fringetree, akin to the white fringetree, can reach up to 25 feet tall.

Goldenrain Tree

Goldenrain Tree

Learn more about the goldenrain tree and its environment.

Paperbark Maple

The paperback maple can grow up to 30 feet tall and is great as a patio tree.

Maiden Grass, Eulalia

Learn more about maiden grass and its environment.

Japanese Iris

Japanese Iris

The japanese iris has the largest bloom of any iris and thrives in wet soil.

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