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What climate zone is Austin Texas in?

Last Updated: 15th April, 2020

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Austin, Texas is in USDA Hardiness Zones 8b and 9a.

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Thereof, what climate zone is Texas?

Texas Gardening Zone USDA Hardiness Zone avg minimum temp
Zone I Zone 6 -10 to 0 F
Zone II Zone 7 0 to 10 F
Zone III Zone 8 10 to 20 F
Zone IV Zone 9A 20 to 25 F

One may also ask, is Austin Texas humid or dry heat? Technically speaking, Austin has a humid subtropical climate, which means it has long, hot summers and typically mild winters. In July and August, high temps often top out at around 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), sometimes for several days in a row.

Also asked, what planting zone is Austin Texas in?

USDA Hardiness Zone Map

Zone Temperature Example Cities
8a 10 to 15 F Tifton, Georgia; Dallas, Texas
8b 15 to 20 F Austin, Texas; Gainesville, Florida
9a 20 to 25 F Houston, Texas; St. Augustine, Florida
9b 25 to 30 F Brownsville, Texas; Fort Pierce, Florida

What grows well in Austin TX?

Vegetable Planting Times in Austin, Texas

  • Asparagus.
  • Carrots.
  • Head and Leaf Lettuces.
  • Parsnips.
  • Radishes.

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