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I'm not from (nor have I ever lived in) either, so I'd never claim to be an expert on these places. It does separate the two, but the northernmost line of Zone 7 is pretty consistent with the fire ant border from the earlier map. When adding new perennials to your landscape it's necessary to determine the difference between which plants will thrive in your region and which plants may need to be treated as annuals. Planting zone maps not only contain useful information, but could save you money and aggravation. Refer to the USDA Hardiness Zone Map to compare the temperature extremes in your area to those of the Texas zones when making planting decisions. A Captcha is a challenge-response test used to ensure that the response is generated by a person.
The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. For the first time, the map is available as an interactive GIS-based map, for which a broadband Internet connection is recommended, and as static images for those with slower Internet access. What I don't understand is, how come it seems to be so less frequent in Fairfax County over Fauquier? Today when I did my afternoon drive into Fauqier, on 28, to 17, to 29 east, it appeared that as I got past Nokesville the skies were a lot cloudier to the point a storm was well in the making. However as I came back into Centreville now, we have some dark skies but nothing much, hours later.
2) Is it somehow there are air currents just to the SW that re direct or break the storms, shifting them in divisions to NE or E?

Speaking of Richmond, I notice for some reason after Fredericksburg it normally is A LOT warmer there than in NOVA. The Weathermen are always saying they do not expect the storms to make it over the mountains. The Arbor Day Foundation distributes millions of trees every year, so it’s important that we have an accurate hardiness zone map.
We like to revise the map every 10 years or so to keep up with any temperature shifts that may have occurred. But I still split it into two Souths because I think it's more precise and I'm OCD like that (The North is certainly not one region). I asked my friend from Annapolis and he said it's not the South (but it's a borderline case). Just fifteen years ago, fire ants were not in Tennessee or North Carolina, the only exception being southeast North Carolina around Wilmington and Fayetteville. But I DID report you because you resorted to name-calling, which is clearly against the rules and was quite unnecessary. All of Urban Farmer’s perennial plants are labeled with the best growing zones to help you make the best selection for your location.
The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones. But state, regional, and national images of the map can be downloaded and printed in a variety of sizes and resolutions. This map separates the country into ten different temperature zones to help people select the right trees to plant where they live. Take a moment to check out the Arbor Day Foundation’s new 2015 Hardiness Zone Map, based upon data from 5,000 National Climatic Data Center cooperative stations across the continental United States.

While not many areas changed with this update, people living in the  northeast or along the Ohio River Valley may be in a new zone.
A million members, donors, and partners support our programs to make our world greener and healthier. You obviously got frustrated because you were wrong regarding the entire South having a high Black population. For example the lower planting zone with a hardiness of 3 could have cold lows of -40° to -30° degrees Fahrenheit, where the warmest zone might only have lows in the 30° degree range.
Knowing this information helps us—and you—ensure the trees you receive have the best chance of thriving.
Instead of admitting you were wrong, you said you must have run across a bunch of Black people in Bristol because you lived in the 'hood and that's where this thread took a turn for the worse. Once you've determined which hardiness, or planting zone, you live in then this information will assist you when purchasing hardy plants for your area. So there is the reason that peach cobbler is so popular in the south as well as blackberry cobbler. I'm not continuing along those lines because this is obviously neither the thread nor the forum for it.
Start one in the Politics and Other Controversies forum and I'd be happy to engage your arguments--whatever they may be--there.

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