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This forum is focused on gardening in the hot, humid climate of the Southeastern United States.

Most of our members
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- Humid Subtropical Climate
- Köppen climate = Cfa
- Hot, humid summers
- Mild to cool winters
- USDA Zones 6 - 8b/9a
- AHS Heat Zones 7 - 9

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- Alabama
- Arkansas
- Georgia
- Kentucky
- Louisiana
- Mississippi
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- Tennessee
- Virginia

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- Southeast Missouri (Bootheel)
- Southeast Oklahoma
- East Texas

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