We live in the tri-cities of Washington where the humidity is very low and summers are very hot (100+ temps). Does this affect the zone that we should use when choosing plants?
I am planning to move to Okeechobee, Florida in the near future and I would like to take some of my plants with me. I live in Zone 4-5 and I am moving to Zone 10. Will they acclimate to the move and the weather?
I have never tried this, but, read about moving plants and it sounds logical. Dig up a much soil as you can with the plant you want to move. Having "native soil" will help the plant adjust to a new environment. Good luck as growing in zone 10 will be quite different than 4-5.
I live in North central Texas and am begining to grow my own veggies. Would like some tips on which plants do better in high temps.
Texas A&M has some excellent articles about growing veggies in Texas. This is a link to their vegetable articles. They should help you out quite a bit:
I don't know how to be more detailed. It just gets so hot and humid. Someone's advice could save a lot of seedlings.
This article may be helpful:
What zone is Elko, NV. 89801?
This map should help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/planting-zones/nevada-planting-zones.htm
There are climate zones to grow things and they are numbered. What zone is Moonta in South Australia? Please.
The following map would suggest zone 3 or 4, I believe: https://www.anbg.gov.au/gardens/research/hort.research/zones.html
What is a gardening zone?
Gardening zones indicate the best conditions, or temperatures, for plants in your specific region or area. This article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/planting-zones/usda-planting-zone-map.htm