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Get details on any of the above flowers at the Flowerbase, an extensive data base of 7,000 varieties and in many languages. For hardiness in your area, Better Homes & Gardens has Garden Zone Maps
I'm in the San Joquin Valley of California and here I've had great success with **calendula, nasturtium, and snapdragon through the winter. In past winters, the black-eyed susan bloomed through the heavy frosts. One of Ben's favorites, I felt it was God's way of letting me know Ben is still with us.
I have a story about nasturtium I'll share in the near future.