Plants That Grow Well In USDA Zone 10




This apply to USDA Climate Zone 10a and zone 10b. In these zones the minimum temperatures are 30 to 35 degrees F (-1.1 to 1.7 degrees C) and 35 to 40 degrees F (1.7 to 4.4 degrees C) respectively.

What plants are Cold Hardy to USDA Zone 10? What Plants Can Grow in Zone 10?

Fruit Trees that grow in zone 10:

Anna apple
Avocado
Calamondin
Cabernet Sauvignon grape
Carica papaya
Chaucer blueberries
Chicago Edible Fig
Dragon Fruit
Feijoa Pineapple Guava
Hawaiian Lilikoi
Jackfruit
June plum
Loquat Tree Sweet Yellow
Macadamia nuts
Mission olive
Meyer Lemon
Muscadine grapes
Nam Doc Mai Mango tree
Passionfruit
Pecans
Persian Lime
Riesling grape
Sea grape
Soursop
Starfruit
Sweet Kumquat
Trifoliate orange
Washington Navel orange
Wonderful Pomegranate
Zinfandel grape



Vegetables that grow in zone 10:

Bitter melon
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cantaloupe
Cauliflower
Chard
Corn
Jicama
Kale
Lettuces
Malabar spinach
Peas
Radishes
Squash
Tomatillos
Watermelon



Flowers and Ornamentals that grow in zone 10:

Aeoniums
Agave
Ageratum Dondo
African daisy
Amaranthus Love Lies Bleeding
American Sycamore Tree
Arabian Jasmine
Baby's breath
Camellia
Celeste Fig
Crape Myrtle
Confederate Jasmine
Desert marigold
Desert Willow
Double Pink knockout rose
Eden climbing rose
Floss flower
Forget-me-not
Gardenia
Geraniums

Indian blanket
Indian Hawthorn
Italian Cypress Tree
Jacaranda
Luffa
Mimosa tree
Nasturtium
New Dawn climbing rose
Night Blooming Jasmine
Oleander flowers
Ponytail Palm
Rocky Mountain bee plant
Rose of Sharon
Royal Poinciana
Siberian wallflower
Sunflower
Zephirine Drouhin climbing rose
Yarrow



Herbs that grow in zone 10:

Basil
Curry leaf
Dill
Galangal
Ginger
Lyreleaf Sage
Mexican tarragon
Miracle fruit
Rosemary
Sweet Marjoram