Sunset Zone 27

In this area of very humid summers and mild, usually frost-free winters, gardeners get two planting seasons each year: one in early fall for winter and spring flowers and vegetables, and another in late February for summer crops. Tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables considered summer crops elsewhere can be grown in either season.

Rain comes mostly in June, August, and September, typically totalling 23 to 26 inches per year. Winter lows are normally in the 30s and 40s, even slipping into the 20s at times. With daytime highs of at least 70°F/21 °C (and often much hotter) ten months a year, the wind is a cooling friend-but plan your garden so that large, tough specimens can protect smaller, more delicate plants.

Plants Recommended for Sunset Zone 27

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