Plant Hardiness Zones in Yukon @ CANADIAN GARDEN Pal - Your gardening guide to Canada!
Knowing the plant hardiness zone for your Yukon garden is essential to choosing the most suitable, local YT hardy, flowers, plants, shrubs, and trees!
Welcome to the online guide to plant hardinesss zones in Yukon, Canada. This internet library for gardeners is presented to you courtesy of CANADIAN GARDEN Pal. If you're interested in local Yukon growing zone information and YT planting zone maps, you have come to the right place! As any seasoned Yukoner gardener knows, the local plant hardiness zone is just one guideline to be used in conjunction with other local garden factors, including soil moisture, sun/shade, wind shelter/exposure, and a closer examination of your garden zone location and adjacent growing zones!
These planting maps outline the different growing zones across Yukon where various types of trees, shrubs and flowers will most likely survive. They are based on the average climatic conditions of each area.
This Yukon growing zone map by CANADIAN GARDEN Pal is an independent derivative work based on a Government of Canada official published 2000 map, jointly created by the Canadian Forest Service and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, using the 1967 Agriculture Canada plant hardiness map and more recent 30 year normal climate data (1961-90). This CANADIAN GARDEN Pal YT Plant Hardiness Zones Map has not been produced in affiliation with, nor with the endorsement of the Government of Canada.
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