Which zone is Ireland in?
List of Hardiness Zones for Locations in Ireland
|Cork||Zone 9a: -6.7°C to -3.9°C|
|Drogheda||Zone 9a: -6.7°C to -3.9°C|
|Dublin||Zone 9a: -6.7°C to -3.9°C|
|Dun Laoghaire||Zone 9a: -6.7°C to -3.9°C|
What zone is Zone 5?
Zone 5 is one of 13 USDA Hardiness Zones (United States Department of Agriculture). Each zone is divided into two subsets. Zone 5 subsets are 5a and 5b.
Zone 5 States.
Where is Climate Zone 6?
Climate Zone 6 includes the beaches at the foot of the southern California hills, as well as several miles of inland area where hills are low or nonexistent. The Pacific Ocean is relatively warm in these longitudes and keeps the climate very mild. Most of the rain falls during the warm, mild winters.
What zone is the West of Ireland?
The west, south and much of the east coastal areas of Ireland are classified as Climatic Zone 9, the same as the Mediterranean coast of France . The remainder of Ireland is Climatic Zone 8.
What is Zone 9b?
What is hardiness zone 9b? A hardiness zone is a geographic area with specific conditions relevant to plant growth and survival. It typically refers to the minimum temperatures that a plant can tolerate. So a plant labeled zone 9b hardy would mean that variety can handle minimum temperatures of 25 – 30° F.