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Native Wildflowers Zone Maps

Plants evolve over time in response to climate and interactions with other species. Indigenous or native wildflowers possess specific traits that help them uniquely adapt to local conditions. Plants introduced from other parts of the world are referred to as 'naturalized'. Both grow on their own in nature without cultivation.

Wildflowers in Your Area - Zone Maps & Guide Sources
Find the zone in which you live to determine what seeds will survive the winter. Then, scatter with enthusiasm. Our busy little furry fliers will appreciate your efforts.

Canada
The Canadian Zone Map has 9 major zones
Guide source for native plants across Canada courtesy of Evergreen.ca

USA
The USA Zone Map has 11 zones.
Guide Source for native plants across United States courtesy of Wildflower.org

Europe
The Europe's Zone Map has 8 primary zones.
Guide Source for native plants across Europe courtesy of the European Nature Information System (EUNIS)