USDA Hardiness Zone 11
USDA Zone 11 is a zone in the USDA hardiness zones system - this zone system can be very helpful to gardeners as it can be useful in determining if your plants are well suited to your garden's local climate. There are currently 345 gardens being tracked on Folia that are in USDA Zone 11.
Typical example plants that tend to grow vigorously in this zone include Basil, Bean, Carrot, Lettuce, Strawberry, Tomato, Cucumber, Sweet pepper, Chili pepper and Rose.
Areas recently identified in Folia as being in this zone include (United States), Grahamstown (South Africa), San Diego (United States), Perth (Australia), Auckland (New Zealand), Cape Town (South Africa), Cancun (Mexico), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Lamma island (Hong Kong), Cape Town (South Africa), Cairo (Egypt), Perth (Australia), Honolulu (United States), Charters Towers (Australia), Warner Beach (South Africa), Forrestfield (Australia), Swan View (Australia), Huntingdale, Perth (Australia), Ninole (United States), El Naranjal (Mexico), Perth (Australia), Perth (Australia), Townsville (Australia), Kailua (United States), gold coast (Australia), (Australia), Haleiwa (United States), Perth (Australia), Bolgart (Australia) and Sai Ying Pun (Hong Kong).
If your area is defined as within 11, you typically get low temperatures of between 4°C (39°F) and 7°C (45°F)
Zone 11 has a corresponding Sunset zone of 25, H1, H2.
Due to large differences in average temperature, USDA Zone 11 is typically known as Zone 5 in Australia.