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Old 03-07-2018, 07:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Old 03-07-2018, 08:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: What is considered to be plant hardiness zone 9?

Are you looking for a temperature?
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Default Re: What is considered to be plant hardiness zone 9?

I don't understand your question. See USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map for USDA zones. Enter you zip code to find your growing zone.
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I don't understand your question. See http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PH for USDA zones. Enter you zip code to find your growing zone.
Ed I clicked on your link and god an 404 error
This is the one I use:
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

But, I'm not confident the asker understands the concept of hardiness zones? Maybe alittle more info about what is the question...
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The OP pm'd me and state he/she was in 9a zone. The min. temp is 20 F.
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The OP pm'd me and state he/she was in 9a zone. The min. temp is 20 F.
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I'm in zone 9A -last cold blast this winter got down to 17 F , Not good for nanas and citrus but, plenty of blooms on other fruit trees.
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I am in 8b a zone colder! This winter it was 16f here. 14f within a couple miles away. There is a lot of nanners you can grow in 9a! Just pick the right ones! In California it’s a little different than the south.

I know Mysore types do very good there! Also the real Blue Java is amazing! Namwa/Pisang Awak types. Brazilian types! There are quite a few. Do lots of research!! There is loads of information on here waiting to be searched!
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I'm in zone 8B (micro 9A). My low for this winter was 23 F for 12 hours or a little more. This frooze many of my pstems and mabe a few of the corms. ... My bananas took a beating this winter, hope everyone makes it. ... I have Orinoco and 1000 Finger already pushing new pups for the past 2 1/2 weeks and the pups just when thought 30 F this past Thursday night without any visible damage. I also have large main pstems showing signs of pushing but have not pushed out green yet. ... Oh my ground/soil temps are currently in the low 50s. So as soon as the ground temps get into the upper 60s or low 70s I expect the bananas to start showing.
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Default Re: What is considered to be plant hardiness zone 9?

In general Zone 9 is area with temperature between 20*F - 30*F (-7*C to -1*C ) during the winter month . There are areas in Zone 9a ( 20*F - 25*F ), Zone 9b ( 25*F - 30*F ) and there are areas between those Zone. If you use your zip code to check your hardiness growing zone, then it will tell you. However, Your location can be very different than the one just few houses away from your home even it said in the same Zone. Beside that , the plant you get from a green house growers will respond to your area weather different then the one already grown outdoor through the winter month. The cold wind and the frosts do the most damage or even kill your plant. Use it with caution.
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