Herb Plants for Zone 7
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The Growers Exchange specializes in herb plants - whether you choose from our
culinary, medicinal, flowering, aromatic, native, rare or exotic plants, rest assured that we are committed to a greener way of growing. All our herbs are non-GMO. We are committed to sound growing practices and have been since the day we started.
Our Head Grower, Briscoe White, Recommends These 10 Picks for Zone 7a & 7b Herb Plants:
Please Note: We sell plants online, NOT seeds. Our plants are well
rooted and ready to plant - our standard pot is 3.5 inches. After you
buy, we will ship our plants when they are ROOT READY. They will have
good top growth unless they are coming into or out of dormancy. We grow
all of our plants to the point that they are ready to go into the ground
or a container.
Below are our herb plants for plant hardiness zone 7:
What is a Plant Hardiness Zone?
The USDA and Harvard’s Arnold Arboretum established a set of guidelines starting in 1960 (a Zone Map) to help gardeners
figure out how well a plant would survive the winter cold in their area
of the USA. They looked at historical weather patterns, utilized
sophisticated equipment, and divided the US into 13 zones, which differ
by 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The current map also further divides these
zones into 7A & 7B, which differ by 5F.
This provides gardeners the exact coldest average temperatures for
their zip code and latitude/longitude, and can help determine which are
best perennial herbs to plant outside. Annual herbs are good to grow in any zone, and many perennial herbs can be grown as annuals in other zones. Knowing
your zone can help you plant in the spring and in the fall. There are
many hardy herbs to choose from for growing in zone 7. If you have any questions,
please contact us.