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Similar to the environment found in Zone 1, Zone 2 is characterized by tundra-like conditions and frequent drought. Average minimum temperatures fall between -50 and -40 degrees F. With a short planting season, the vegetation that thrives in Zone 2 is typically native plants and some Annuals. If you’re in search of vegetables to grow in Zone 2, think annuals with a shorter growing season like carrots, onions and swiss chard. When it comes to Zone 2, starting seeds indoors first ahead of the last frost day will give your garden an added boost. Be sure to check your seeds for more specific details before starting your garden.
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