Lots of interesting stuff about zone 7, but not, as far as I can find, any explanation of where zone 7 is. Please explain. Thanks.
You will have to find your equivalent to our zone system here in the US. This USDA map will give the equivalency in your country:
I am in zone 5A of Michigan. I am planning on planting a veggie garden. However, I don't know how early I can safely plant where my veggies won't be killed by cold weather/frost. What is the earliest I can plant for my veggies to be safe?
This article should be helpful:
in regards to your info ...where is zone 8...let alone a zone map ?
Here's the link for finding your zone:
When you provide a list of plants for Zone 7, is this the Canada plant hardiness Zone 7 or the USA?
The zones referred to in our articles are USDA (US Department of Agriculture) hardiness zones. Here is how you can estimate the difference.
Best mixture of soil for the garden and dwarf fruit trees
Your zip code is in zone 4b. Here is an article on dwarf fruit trees:
I have 3 acres of land in Puglia, mostly covered with olive groves, however I want to build a garden that compliments the groves, allows for a kitchen garden, reduces risks such as ticks, rodents and supports my intention of being as self sufficient and environmentally caring as possible. But all I can find is information for plants etc by zones which only apply to the USA. Really wanting advice and an area to share experiences not in the USA and hoped this would be the place, please advice
It's a good question; many of our readers reside in different countries. For now, you may be able to make some correlations by looking at the table linked here: https://order.eurobulb.nl/content/6-hardiness-zones, and here's our article that should help:
I am assuming that you are located in Australia. But I am wondering if your gardening knowledge applies to gardening in Canada as well?
We are based in the United States but our gardening information applies to everyone. The trick is to convert our USDA gardening zones to yours.