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While Zone 4 is much warmer than Zones 1 through 3, it is still considered a cold climate with an average minimum temperature of -30 to -20 degrees F during the winter months. The colder temperatures impact not only what can be grown, but also when. According to the planting calendar for Zone 4, vegetables like rhubarb and eggplant do well in this zone. There are also many flowers and herbs that will flourish if planted past the harsh winter months. Consider adding a layer of mulch to any outdoor beds to maintain ground temperatures and get you through the harsher months.
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As winter marches on, avid gardeners become more and more eager to get growing. While you may not be able to dig your spade into the soil just yet, there is plentyLearn More