After three hurricanes in a row, we suddenly have more room in our
yard than we did before, but I want to put my trees back. I'm looking
for a book or website that allows me to browse by zones.
I'm in hardiness zone 9 and heat zone 9. So far none of the books or
sites has offered what I want and I'm starting to feel unloved. Can
Zone 9 encompasses swamps and deserts. Trees don't depend just on zone,
they depend upon climate also.
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Also contact your County Extension Service (County Agent).
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Usually, you local agricultural extension office (or agricultural
cooperative service) can help you with this. Although generally a
state agency, they work with county governments; so look in your
phone book under your county's listings. Or look on the Web in
your county's Web site.
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