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Q.Is It To Late In The Year To Plant These Vines Outside In A Raised Bed? I Have Flamenco, Flava And Indian Summer Trumpet Vines And

Zone Remlap 35133 | Anonymous added on July 25, 2021 | Answered

I also have Gold Flame Honeysuckle Vines I just received these plants today 7/25/2020, they’re about 6″ tall and are in a 4″ pot. I live in Alabama 35133 which I think puts me in a 7 or 8 Hardiness Zone but I’m not sure and I don’t know what my Heat Zone is. If it is to late in the year to plant these in my raised beds, will you tell me when I can. I’ve got a greenhouse that I can put them in for the winter but I’ll put them into bigger pots. Also, if there is anyway could you tell me exactly what Hardiness and Heat Zone I’m in? Thanks, Rae

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Answered on August 14, 2021

You are in USDA hardiness zone 7b. Choose plants that don't get colder than 5 degrees F.
Those plants are hardy so you can go ahead and plant them now. Since they are small, you might give them some winter protection.


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