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Vegetables That Thrive in Grow Zone 9

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Zone 9 include some of the warmest areas in the United States. To find if you live in this area, use this US Dept. of Agriculture hardiness zone map here. States like Arizona, California, as well as parts of Texas & Florida are included in these areas. It may seem that nothing can grow in these places, but that’s not true. There are tons of vegetables and fruits that you can grow. We put together a list of veggies and fruits that you can grow in zone 9.

Read More: USDA Planting Zone. Find Your Zone

Fruits/ Berries That Grow in Zone 9

Almonds

Apricots

Blackberries

Sweet cherries

Chestnuts

Figs

Kiwis

Low chill pears

Olives 

Nectarines

Pineapple, guavas, and pomegranates

Apples, 

Peaches

Plums

Watermelon/ Cantaloupe

 

Beans That Grow in Zone 9

Lima

Pole 

Bush bean

 

Greens That Grow in Zone 9

Spinach

Lettuce 

Parsley 

Kale

Cabbage Plants That Grow in Zone 9

Cabbage

Broccoli

Brussel sprouts 

Cauliflower

 

Root Vegetables That Grow in Zone 9

Beets

Onions

Potatoes

Sweet potatoes

Turnips

Carrots

 

As you can see, you can grow quite a bit of food in these warmer areas. The trick is to read the back of your seed packages to see when and for how long you should grow your veggies. I created this handy guide for Zones 9  to give an outline of what you can grow.

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