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There seems confusion between climate zone and hardiness zone?

The following might be a good link to find plants that grow well in your area:

https://www.gardenia.net/plant-finder

But you need to know your hardiness zone (which I have literary found) as well as the climate zone which is where the problem starts?

But maybe someone here has some clue about it?


 
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Hardiness zone is what everyone is used to referring to.
Sunset Climate is more like the EPA level 4 bioregions for the west coast and epa level 3 for the rest of USA.



 
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