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    Mid-FLroida's Zone?

    What is Mid Florida's zone? Is it a Zone 9-10?
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    does it matter?
    both are really really warm..

    but looking at a zone map:

    http://gold.mylargescale.com/Scottychaos/CP/page2.html

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    I would say central Florida is Zone 9.

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    There are various zone maps in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post
    does it matter?
    Kind of, I was wondering if Florida has the zone to grow Cephalotus outside, and it does. Thank you for the map!
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    You have to be careful with that zone thing because zones are usually developed for winter hardiness. Most of Florida probably gets too cold in the winter for ultra-highland Neps or Heliamphoras and they're probably considered Zone 11(?) plants. But Florida's climate would probably bake those plants by May.
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