You’ve heard of “right plant, right place,” but what the heck does it mean? Listen to this quick podcast to learn more.
Subscribe on iTunes Stitcher Spotify
Right Plant, Right Place
In this podcast, you’ll learn why it’s important to have a basic understanding of this age-old gardening phrase, and how you can use it in your own yard.
What You’ll Learn:
- Quick introduction to this phrase.
- Its importance to gardening and proper plant care.
- Resources and links for more information.
Some of the resources and products below may be affiliate links, meaning we might get paid a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.
- USDA website
- Sunset website
- How to Plant Your Garden Bulbs (eBook)
- Stop Hand Digging in Your Garden (And Use This Bulb Auger Instead)
- Create Your Best Garden & Help It Thrive With These 12 Steps
- How to Take a Garden Inventory – DIY Garden Minute Ep. 130
Right Plant, Right Place
This phrase has been around for many years and refers to how and where you plant the plants in your garden.
In general, this phrase, “right plant, right place,” should make you think of how and where to place your plants based on their growing needs and the best conditions for that plant. Listen to this podcast for more on that!
If you aren’t sure what your cold hardiness zone is, at least in the US, you can find out below:
- USDA website (planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/ )
- Sunset’s website (https://www.sunsetwesterngardencollection.com/climate-zones).
If you are listening outside the United States, find your country, region, or continent’s hardiness zone below:
- Africa Hardiness Zone Map
- Asia Hardiness Zone Map
- Australia Hardiness Zone Map
- Canada Hardiness Zone Map
- China Hardiness Zone Map
- Europe Hardiness Zone Map
- Japan Hardiness Zone Map
- New Zealand Hardiness Zone Map
- Russia Hardiness Zone Map
- South America Hardiness Zone Map
And, if you have more questions on how to care for your plants after you’ve planted them, please email us and let us know.
Thanks for Listening!!!
That’s all for this DIY garden minute episode! You can find other one-minute topics on our podcast page at spokengarden.com/podcast or find us on your favorite podcast platform and smart speaker!
Share Your Thoughts:
- Leave a note in the comment section below.
- Leave comments/ suggestions at Seanandallison@eseospace.dev
- Share our show or follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest.
To Help Out The Show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help us out!
- Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.
*Spoken Garden is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.