5b to 8b
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What is the planting zone for North Carolina?
Based on the 1990 USDA Hardiness Zone Map, this interactive version covers the state of North Carolina which ranges from USDA Zone 6a to USDA Zone 8a.
What climate zone is 8a in North Carolina?
Zone 8a. 10F to 15F. Based on the 1990 USDA Hardiness Zone Map, this interactive version covers the state of North Carolina which ranges from USDA Zone 6a to USDA Zone 8a.
How do I Find my Zone in North Carolina?
North Carolina zones range from a 5b to 8b. To find your location, you can enlarge the above map. You can also visit the USDA site and put in your zip code if you are uncertain of where you fall within the zones. The new 2012 map is more detailed than previous versions and offers a more sophisticated zone finder capability.
What kind of plants grow in North Carolina?
If you live in North Carolina, you enjoy a relatively temperate climate, which makes it possible to grow a wide variety of trees, shrubs, and perennial flowers. The 2012 North Carolina USDA planting map, as seen above, indicates which growing zones cover certain areas of the state.