Ill be ordering 3 types of flowers (clematis, flowering climbing roses, 2 plants of ground roses) out of a catalog but I don't know my zone number.
This article will give you the information you need: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/planting-zones/usda-planting-zone-map.htm
I live in Amherst, NY., upstate near Buffalo. I don't know what zone this is, can you tell me? Also, how do I get my soil's pH?
You are in USDA Hardiness Zone 6a: -10F to -5F.
Depending on the depth of information you want on your soil there are home soil test kits you can buy or for more detailed analysis, you can get a soil test through your local cooperative extension office. Below is a link that will help you find the closest office to you:
I cannot tell what the zone is for my area (Acton, CA) from the map provided. Can you tell me what the zone is or tell me a way to find out using the zip code or other means than the map? Thank you.
The zone for your location would be Zone 8a.
Pretty simple, I need to know what zone I'm in to plant stuff.
Here is a link that will get you your growing zone!
What USDA zone do I garden in - 33873?
Can I grow a Texas Vitex plant in Rochester, New York?
Texas Vitex plant is hardy down to to Zone 7 so it would not winter over in your garden.
Grows quickly so it would not do well in a container that would be able to be moved to a protected spot in the winter.
What are safe zones for blue flax perennial? Also, can you plant seeds for flax in zone 4, Vermont?
Blue Flax is hardy in zones 5 -9, can be grown in zones 3 -4, but not as reliable.