Is Zone 4 or 5 colder?

Zone 4 is 10° colder than Zone 5 and so on.

What is my zone?

Myzone is a wearable fitness tracker and online social platform that shows and rewards EFFORT when you work out.

What does the A or B mean in zones?

Each zone is also divided into “a” and “b” segments. These represent five degrees of temperature difference. For example, zone 4 represents minimum temperatures between -30 to -20 degrees F. (-34 to -29 C.). The a and b subdivisions represent -30 to -25 degrees F.

Where is zone 6 in the United States?

It stretches south and west through Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas, and even parts of New Mexico and Arizona before turning northwest up through Utah and Nevada, ending in Washington state. If you live in zone 6, you may be scoffing at the idea of lows like this because you’re used to warmer or colder temperatures.

Where is Zone 3 in the United States?

Copied! There are 13 hardiness zones in the United States. Zone 3, like all hardiness zones, is divided into two subsets – 3a and 3b….Zone 3 States.

Alaska Colorado Idaho
Maine Minnesota Montana
New Hampshire New York North Dakota
South Dakota Vermont Wisconsin

How do you read hardiness?

United States. USDA maps are divided into thirteen color-coded hardiness zones based on average winter lows. Each zone is 10 degrees warmer than the preceding zone. If a plant label or online planting information indicates a plant will tolerate Zone 5, it is liable to freeze and die in Zones 4 and below.

What is Zone 7a?

Zone 7: The overall zone has a minimum average of temperatures of 0° to 10°F. Zone 7a: This subzone has a minimum average temperature of 0° to 5° F. Zone 7b: This subzone has a minimum average temperature of 5° to 10°F.