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Zinnias

This old-fashioned annual is easy to grow and is considered a standard in summer bouquets and gardens. Seed directly into the garden after the last spring frost date. Bee friendly. Annual. Summer flowering.

Average seed life: 2 to 3 years.

The Oklahoma Zinnia Mixture

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Zinnia elegans. A lovely uniform mixture imported from Germany, our disease-resistant Oklahoma Mixture includes highly semi-double to double, 2" blooms on long, strong stems in a lovely range of colors: carmine, golden-yellow, ivory, pink, yellow, salmon, scarlet and white. They are high-yielding cut flowers with a long vase life. Height: 3'.

One packet of about 75 seeds
Catalog #8900
$3.75
  • Buy 10 for $3.40 each and save 10%
  • Buy 50 for $2.80 each and save 26%

Availability: In stock

$3.75

Gardening Tips

Zinnia Sowing Instructions
Planting Depth
:1/2”
Seed Spacing:2”-3”
Plant Spacing:10”-12””
Days to Germination: 5-10 days
Germination Temperature:70°-75°F

Zinnia elegans. This classic summer flower may be seeded directly into the garden after the last frost date. Plant them 1⁄2" deep in well-draining, loamy soil with full sun. Keep uniformly moist until the seedlings emerge, about 7 days after sowing. Or, start indoors: plant 1⁄2" deep in a good seed-starting medium at 70° to 75°F 4 weeks prior to the last frost date. Provide even moisture, strong light and good ventilation. Once established, thin plants to 2" to 3" apart and grow on. Thin or transplant 3" tall seedlings 10" to 12" apart in the garden. Weed carefully and water moderately beneath the plants until established. Zinnias are prone to mildew, so provide adequate spacing and moderate ground-level watering: don’t get too much water on the plants themselves. Summer flowering.

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