The vast majority of the state of Montana falls into Montana USDA growing zones 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a and 5b.
The new 2012 USDA plant hardiness map is the result of 30 years of data collection from over 8,000 weather stations throughout the country. Although no gardener should take the Montana planting map as an absolute guarantee, the information is extremely valuable. When selecting plants for your garden, it is wise to use the USDA plant hardiness information as a foundation.
Decorating the garden is not an easy task, but if you want to create amazing and unique garden decoration consider including stones and rocks.
Small pebbles or river rocks add warmth, while white stones will brighten up the whole space. For a minimalist modern landscape try using the stones to create a stone border for the flower bed backyards. Mix and match sizes and colors of rocks on the same pathway to create visual interest and add a creative touch to your garden.


A stepping stone path is a picturesque option and it’s also a practical way to keep shoes clean when walking up to a side door or back door.
As a pathway, or only as an additional decoration in the grassy garden, the stones are welcomed for achieving an exotic and beautifully landscaped garden.
Stone steps in a mix-and-match pattern creates a strong focal point, while plants create visual interest on both sides of the path. Make a stone bed and combine it with stumps to create another appealing decoration for the garden. You can use the stones as a decoration overA the soil where you have planted your trees or shrubs.A Call attention to a favorite shrub or tree by surrounding it with medium sized river stones. There is a small section in the northwest region of the state that falls into a 6a-growing zone. The map, which formerly considered only average extreme winter low temperatures, now factors in essential data regarding elevation, urban heat and proximity to large bodies of water.
To find your location on the Montana plant map, enlarge the map above and determine your zone or visit the USDA site where you can put your zip code into the new interactive feature.


Most local greenhouses will carry trees, shrubs and flowers that are suitable for your region.
The rocks you choose will help set the tone for the rest of your garden and can be a great decorative detail. Stones complement the landscape, and can make your ordinary garden unique and modern place where you can enjoy.
This growing map is used to determine which plants, trees and shrubs will overwinter without damage in particular areas.



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