Zone 10

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Where am I?

Started by Yvonne Murray Oct 18, 2009.

What vegetables are good to plant for Fall? 1 Reply

Started by Kathryn Gedamke. Last reply by Joanne Oct 9, 2009.

Hey Zone 10ers- what are you planting now for summer? 3 Replies

Started by Melissa Contreras. Last reply by lillah cruce z9/10 Fl. May 16, 2009.

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Comment by Joyce Jodoin Zone 10 on March 31, 2012 at 7:06pm

Decided to join your group because I've been switched from Zone 9b to Zone 10a, compliments of the USDA!

So, what's shakin' people?  :)

Comment by Candi Kleis Maldonado on February 7, 2012 at 8:03pm

I guess I'm zone 10b..Here I thought I was zone 9.  I moved from zone 2-3 in Canada.  This is all new to me.  Interesting that I can grow things here that I had been growing up there!  I brought some hens and chicks with me and they are doing great after 18 months!

Comment by Sandi Zone 10 on April 10, 2011 at 9:42am

Hi, I'm a new gardener and have found that if I use California natives I have color year round.  I am working on my Mom garden now via the internet and doing the same thing for her and she lives in Coeur d"Alene Idaho.  So folks search for your states native'll be surprised with what you have to choose from.

Comment by Janice - Zone 10 (SW FL) on April 9, 2011 at 7:34am
Seems like this group is zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz snoozing!!  i just joined and am hopeful I can connect with others in Zone 10.... by the way.. i'm in sarasota county and the zone map for our area was just changed... we were zone 9b and now we are 10A
Comment by Brenda on November 30, 2009 at 8:55pm
Zone 10 - SW FL - is it too late to plant veg's? what is best this time of year?
Comment by Marti Alexander/zone 6-MI on November 20, 2009 at 5:15pm
Should I have posted my questions in a different group since I am dealing with South Florida?
Comment by Marti Alexander/zone 6-MI on November 20, 2009 at 5:13pm
Even though I live and garden (mostly) in zones 4 and 5, I am helping my son plan/p.lant his backyard garden around the pool in Boca Raton. At this time of year (Nov) the ficus hedge shades the south side of the pool. He would like to make it look very tropical but in a controlled manner. Last week while visiting I planted 5 flats of impatiens among the elephant ears, tri-color ginger, lantana, pentas, and crinum lily. There are also 6 knock-out roses that are struggling - probably not enough sun and fertilizer. Any other suggestions for flowering bushes, perrenials that can handle the sandy soil? They do have an irrigation system to help with the watering.
Comment by cindy ceballos on October 18, 2009 at 12:34pm
zone 10 S/West
well, I started a group called the above so if anyone wants to join... we'll see how it goes
Comment by Yvonne Murray on October 18, 2009 at 12:31pm
I am so new, I have no opinion. I do know that at least those in Fla don't usually have issues with drought as we know it, nor is the heat quite so bad. But heat and humidity are not a good combo either.
Comment by cindy ceballos on October 18, 2009 at 11:54am
zone 10 California... should we start out own group? Not to hurt the Floridians feelings, but I think we are working with completely different growing zones.

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