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Ferns For Ohio are diverse and beautiful
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Ferns for Ohio should still be planted in the correct zones
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) evaluated the growing conditions across the United States and Canada and developed an algorithm that generated 11 agricultural zones based upon average low temperatures. USDA zones 2 through 10 are further divided into sections "a" and "b." Ohio, with its winter temperatures of 0 to -20 degrees Fahrenheit, lays in zones 5 and 6.
Ferns for Ohio are very hardy plants
The hardiness zones are a guideline for gardeners to use when planning a garden. However, the elements and other outside factors may create a bubble around your growing area. These bubbles are called microclimates. High winds or excessive rainfall may lower the annual average temperature for your growing area. This means that you may live in hardiness zone 6a but have temperatures more in line with zone 5b. Large cities often have higher temperatures than outlying suburbs and therefore the microclimate may be different than what is on the map. To determine your planting zone, track the annual low temperatures. Match the temperature records with the USDA hardiness zone map for planting a successful garden.
Ferns For Ohio