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We've pulled together galleries of top plants for each region. Click through to find yours.
Plants from the humid South have to be able to tolerate tough summer heat and humidity. Check out this gallery of shining stars.
Gardens in this region often suffer from extreme weather and tough, rocky soil. See a gallery of plants adapted to these conditions.
Sometimes it seems like nothing grows in the hot, dry Southwest. This gallery is filled with colorful, easy-growing choices.
Though many people think the weather is picture-perfect in Southern California, conditions can be tough (especially as you get farther from the coast). Check out these great choices for your region.
Conditions vary widely in the Midwest -- from the shady pine forests to hot, dry prairies. Look through this range of plant picks for your region.
It seems like everyone envies the ideal gardening conditions of the Pacific Northwest. Check out these best-bet plant picks for the region.
Growing in areas with frigid winters and steamy, humid summers, Northeastern plants have to take a little bit of everything. Check out these great choices.