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Planting Zone 8 is one of the warmest plant hardiness zones with mild winters and long hot summers. Extending up the west coast and covering a large portion of the United States, Zone 8 has an average minimum temperature of 10 to 20 degrees F. Because of the mild winters and warm summers, your Zone 8 growing calendar will leave you with plenty of options for your vegetable and flower garden. Try your hand at growing watermelon to enjoy during the summer months and pumpkins for Fall harvest. In Zone 8 the options are limitless.
From the moment you pick it up, you’ll notice these nozzles are different. Designed with mobility in mind, they feature Gilmour’s innovative Swivel Connect. The swivel allows the nozzles to pivot withoutLearn More
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