USDA Hardiness Zone 13
USDA Zone 13 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 17 gardens being tracked on Folia that are in USDA Zone 13.
Some popular plants that tend to grow very well in this zone include Queen Palm, Rocoto pepper, Pineapple guava, Woodland strawberry, Wild aloe, Coffee, catura coffee, racemosa coffee, Sacred lotus and Mexican coriander.
Areas recently identified in Folia as being in this zone include Surigao City (Philippines), Cavite upland (Philippines), Cairo (Egypt), Kingston Vale (United Kingdom), Ketura (Israel), Malaga (Spain), seattle, wa (United States), Glendale (United States), Phoenix, AZ (United States) and Phoenix (United States).
If you are in 13, lowest temperatures in your garden should be around 12°C [54°F] to 12°C [54°F].
The corresponding Sunset zone for 13 is approx. 25, H1, H2.
As Australia is quite warmer in general, USDA Zone 13 has an equivalent of approximately zone 7 in Australia.