Plants That Grow In Zone 11

  • 21%
    Money Tree

    Money Tree

    From $31.00 $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • 21%
    Peace Lily

    Peace Lily

    From $31.00 $39.00
  • Peacock Plant (Calathea)

    Peacock Plant (Calathea)

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • 31%
    Flamingo Flower

    Flamingo Flower

    From $27.00 $39.00
  • 21%
    Everyone's Favorite Golden Pothos

    Everyone's Favorite Golden Pothos

    From $31.00 $39.00
  • Chinese Money Plant (Pilea Peperomioides)

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Bird of Paradise

    From $53.00
  • 21%
    Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm

    Neanthe Bella Parlor Palm

    From $31.00 $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Aralia Ming Stump

    Aralia Ming Stump

    From $53.00
  • Aralia Fabian Stump

    Aralia Fabian Stump

    From $53.00
  • 21%
    Tropical Delight Guzmania Bromeliad

    Tropical Delight Guzmania Bromeliad

    From $31.00 $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Variegated Spider Plant Reverse

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Black Leaf Dragon Tree Collection (Dracaena)

    Black Leaf Dragon Tree Collection (Dracaena)

    From $39.00
  • Blooming Kalanchoe

    Blooming Kalanchoe

    From $39.00
  • Split Leaf Philodendron (Monstera)

    Split Leaf Philodendron (Monstera)

    From $39.00
  • 20%
    Star Jasmine

    Star Jasmine

    From $52.00 $65.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Fiddle Leaf Fig

    Fiddle Leaf Fig

    From $39.00
  • Lemon Button Fern

    Lemon Button Fern

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Peperomia Ginny

    Peperomia Ginny

    $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Boston Fern

    Boston Fern

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Zeylanica Snake Plant

    Zeylanica Snake Plant

    From $39.00
  • Orange Flower Bird of Paradise

    Orange Flower Bird of Paradise

    From $53.00
  • Maidenhair Fern

    Maidenhair Fern

    From $39.00
    Pet Friendly
  • Croton Petra

    Croton Petra

    From $39.00

When Should I Plant My Garden in Zone 11?

Since Zone 11 rarely sees any freezes, you can replant multiple times a year in what is often called a “second summer” growing phase. This can be done through succession planting, just see which plants will fare best in the hotter months in comparison to the cooler ones! Some cold-loving plants will certainly struggle in Zone 11, especially if planted in the summer. In many other Zones, plants must always be started indoors, and there is a small window of time that plants need to be planted during. In Zone 11, however, those precautions aren’t as necessary. Just pay attention to what months plants prefer to be planted at, and you don’t have to stress about potential sneaky frosts killing them! 

While many gardeners fret about the frosts freezing and killing their harvests, Zone 11 has the opposite issue to worry about. Too much heat can fry some plants, especially if they don’t get constant water. There are a few ways to combat extreme heat, one of which is installing a drip water system. Watering tools that help you keep your plants moist and happy can go a long way in ensuring that they don’t get too dry. To prevent the soil from getting too hot, you can implement mulches to fight off the sun’s intense rays. Shade cloths are helpful in the most extreme situations, however they have to be used with some consideration as they also block some of the sunlight from your plants.

 

Which Plants Grow Well in Zone 11?

There is an amazing array of plants you can grow in Zone 11. From tropical fruit trees to exotic flowers, you have many options to consider. Some warm-loving garden veggies and fruits that thrive in Zone 11 include:

  • Bananas

  • Peppers

  • Melons

  • Tomatoes

  • Mangoes

  • Limes

  • Lemons

  • Pineapple

  • Strawberries

  • Summer Squash

  • Papaya

  • Sweet Potatoes

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Plants That Grow In Zone 11

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