January 25, 2012
Hot off the presses, and very important: the USDA has released the first update to its Plant Hardiness Zone Map since 1990, and half the gardeners in the United States will find themselves in a new, warmer zone. Thank you to Margaret Roach of A Way To Garden for alerting us to this very important gardening news story. Visit her post on the topic for full details.

Hot off the presses, and very important: the USDA has released the first update to its Plant Hardiness Zone Map since 1990, and half the gardeners in the United States will find themselves in a new, warmer zone. Thank you to Margaret Roach of A Way To Garden for alerting us to this very important gardening news story. Visit her post on the topic for full details.

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    USDA’s first Plant Hardiness Zone Map update since 1990. Half of US gardeners find themselves in a new, warmer zone.
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