Is Austin good for gardening? If you’re hoping for fruit, Austin is a great place to grow it! Not only are they great additions to any garden, but they’re also reliable food sources for local birds and pollinating insects.
What vegetables can I plant now in Austin Texas?
|Spring: Start Seeds Indoors||Spring: Direct Sow/Transplant|
What zone is Austin Texas for gardening? Though most of Austin remains in Zone 8b, where we were in the old map, if you zoom in on our region you’ll see some slight differences. One of the cool things about the new map is that you can go to the USDA website, enter your ZIP code and get a precise reading.
What plants grow well in Austin?
- Texas Wisteria. Source. If you’re looking for a beautiful cascade of purple flowers, look no further than Texas wisteria.
- Texas Sage. Source. It isn’t hard to get Texas sage to grow in Austin’s dry soil.
- Hill Country Penstemon. Source.
- Evergreen Sumac. Source.
- Texas Red Yucca. Source.