USDA Hardiness Zone 14
USDA Zone 14 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. 99 gardens being tracked on Folia in USDA Zone 14.
Chili pepper, Basil, Tomato, Petunai, Barberton daisy, Lantana, Common zinnia, Dinner Plate Dahlia, Gazania, and Coriander are examples of plants that often grow very well in this USDA Zone.
Areas recently identified in Folia as being in this zone include Riverside (United States), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Singapore (Singapore), tangerang (Indonesia), Manila (Philippines), Singapore (Singapore), Johore (Malaysia), San Narciso, Zambales (Philippines), Cucuta (Colombia), Muscat (Oman), Marikina City (Philippines), Mossman (Australia), Rain Forest, Central America (Belize), Cape Town (South Africa), (Puerto Rico), Maersk Blazer (Brazil), Johanessburg (South Africa), Singapore (Singapore), Samara (Costa Rica), Darwin, Northern Territory (Australia), Selangor (Malaysia), (Philippines), Singapore (Singapore), Ontdekkerspark, Roodepoort (South Africa), Cairo (Egypt), Howick (South Africa), (Malaysia), (Singapore), and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
If you are in 14, lowest temperatures in your garden should be around 12°C [54°F] to 12°C [54°F].
The corresponding Sunset zone for 14 is approx. 25, H1, H2.
Australians should follow a rough guidance of USDA Zone 14 = Australian Zone 8.