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Bubblegum Zinnia Seed Mix

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SKU: AM020644
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1/4 pound
$14.95$11.96
1 pound
$39.95$31.96
5 pounds
$187.25$149.80
10 pounds
$349.50$279.60
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Overview
Our Bubblegum Zinnia Seed Mix features a sweet mix of cheerful pink and peach blooms. Featuring cultivars known for their large double blooms, these flowers will add juicy pops of color to any planting, from a cutting garden, to a pollinator-friendly meadow, to containers. This easy-to-grow Zinnia mix will attract pollinators all summer until frost. Our seeds are non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free, and guaranteed to grow. Annual. (Zinnia elegans)
key features
Botanical Name
Zinnia elegans
Advantages
Bee Friendly, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Easy To Grow, Low Maintenance, Cut Flowers, Mass Plantings, Container Planting
Growing Zones
Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10
Seed Life Cycle
Annual
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Soil Moisture
Dry, Average
Mature Height
30-40" tall
Seed Coverage
1/4 lb covers 1,000 sq ft.
1 lb covers 4,000 sq ft.
Bloom Time
Summer to frost

Description

Why everybody loves Zinnias: Probably no plant can give you more color for less work. It's because the zinnia is one of the easiest plants to grow from seed (any child can do it, and many do!), they'll give you every color but blue, and they bloom all season up until frost. Can you think of another flower that does all that?

How to grow them: Good full sun is really all that's required, although some of the newer hybrids will even bloom in partial shade. As for water, they don't need much, since they're from hot desert-like habitats. Soil? Almost any soil will do, but they prefer fast-draining gritty soil, if you have that available.

Zinnia seeds are perfect for starting indoors to have bloom early. But be sure you wait until every frost is gone, and the soil has warmed up a bit before setting them out. They're super-sensitive to frost--after all, these plants are from frost-free regions, and don't like cold soil. If you'd rather, you can just wait until spring arrives, and sow them outside. They're very undemanding.