New Brunswick Plant Hardiness Climate Zones




New Brunswick Climate

Northern New Brunswick has a typical continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The southern half of the province experiences a more moderate maritime climate with cooler summers and milder winters. Along the Bay of Fundy coast during the spring and early summer, fog is quite common. Precipitation is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. July is the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 72° F (22° C) on the Bay of Fundy coast and inland temperatures of 77° F (25° C) and higher. January is the coldest month – with the average temperature around 18.5° F (-7.5° C) along the southeastern shore, while in the northwest, extremely low temperatures of – 22° F (- 30°C) to - 31°F (- 35°C) are common.  Now you can click on that zone number near your city name in this table to find the most common and best growing zone-compatible fruit trees, vegetables, herbs, ornamentals and flowers in each area of New Brunswick in Canada.


B

Bathurst Zone 4b
Beresford Zone 4b
Bouctouche Zone 5a
H

Hampton Zone 5b
Hampton Station Zone 5b
Hartland Zone 4b
Q

Quispamsis Zone 5b
C

Campbellton Zone 4a
Caraquet Zone 5a
L

Lorneville Zone 5b

R

Richibucto Zone 5a
Riverview Zone 5b
Rothesay Zone 5b
D

Dalhousie Zone 4a
Dieppe Zone 5b
Dorchester Zone 5b
M

McAdam Zone 5a
Minto Zone 5a
Miramichi Zone 5a
Moncton Zone 5a

S

Sackville Zone 5b
Saint John Zone 5b
Saint-Antoine Zone 5a
Saint-Leonard Zone 4a
Saint-Quentin Zone 3b
Shediac Zone 5b
St. Andrews Zone 5b
St. George Zone 5b
St. Stephen Zone 5b
Sussex Zone 5b
E

Edmundston Zone 4a
N

Nackawic Zone 5a
Neguac Zone 5a
T

Tracadie-Sheila Zone 5a
F

Fredericton Zone 5b
O

Oromocto Zone 5b
W

Woodstock Zone 5a
G

Grand Bay - Westfield Zone 5b
Grand Falls Zone 4a