Hardiness Zone 3

The Best Plants For Gardening In Zone 3

Zone 3 requires plants to be very hardy. With temperatures dropping as low as -30 this planting zone is unique. It is also the smallest of the hardiness zones as well. It’s important to know your planting conditions, such as soil type and drainage. Frost is the biggest struggle in zone 3.

  • Last frost date: May 15 is the timeframe given for Zone 3.
  • First frost date: September 15 is the benchmark for the first frost.
 

That means you have a limited window for the frost-free growing season, but don’t worry at Gilbert H Wild we can help. 

Shop all the plant Gilbert H Wild offers in zone 3 below.

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