Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Canary Bird) - What a show these annuals put on in the sunny flower border! Grown from Zinnia seeds, these large 4 - 5 inch brilliant yellow blooms are sure to attract attention. Canary Bird Zinnia will bloom through a long, hot summer without wilting.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Cherry Queen) - Cherry Queen Zinnia is a bright bold red with large blooms that can span 4 - 5 inches. Zinnias love full sun, but can tolerate light shade especially in the hotter zones. Start Zinnia seeds to grow beautiful cut flowers as well as background or border plantings. You may also use this variety for containers or pots.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Dream) - Would you like to grow these gorgeous annuals for your flower border? They are easy to grow from Zinnia seeds, and they make a brilliant cut flower with their blooms reaching an amazing 4 - 5 inches across! The large size and lovely rosy-lavender color make Dream Zinnia absolutely breathtaking.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Luminosa) - Nothing is easier to grow and establish from flower seed than Zinnias! They will delight you with the ease of caring for them and the long-lasting display of color. This Zinnia Luminosa has large 4 - 5 inch flower heads of bright pink. It will definitely illuminate your garden!
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Meteor) - What a show stopper! These brilliant red Zinnia flowers will attract lots of attention. Grown easily from Zinnia seeds, Zinnia Meteor is a deep red color, and it grows on bushy, tall plants. The long stems and large 4 - 5 inch blooms make Meteor Zinnia perfect for cutting - the more you cut, the more you get!
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput Mix) - Perfect for the front yard flower border, grow this semi-dwarf variety from Zinnia seeds. Zinnias are hardy plants that will do well in all types of weather. This Lilliput Zinnia mix has shades of pink, yellow, white and red, and these flowers will blossom 6 - 8 weeks after sowing the flower seeds.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput Orange) - Zinnias are one of the easiest annual flowers to grow and establish from flower seeds, and once established, they are just as easy to maintain. This orange Zinnia Lilliput will produce lots of lovely 1 - 1 1/2 inch ball-shaped blooms. Lilliput Zinnia look beautiful in fresh cut flower arrangements, and the more you cut, the more they produce!
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Polar Bear) - Experience the rewards of growing Zinnia seeds, and create a stunning display for your sunny garden! This white flowered Zinnia Polar Bear has 4 - 5 inch fully double blooms. The waxy, tightly-packed petals create a pom pom bloom that is incredibly full, and it is dotted by a cheerful greenish-yellow central eye.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Dahlia Flowered Purple Prince) - Every garden needs some lovely purple color in it! Establish Zinnia Purple Prince from flower seeds, and enjoy the long-bloom season and the rich rosy purple blooms. This Zinnia plant stays showy even with the rainiest weather, and is very disease and mildew resistant.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput Purple) - These annuals are the ideal flowers for the beginning gardener because they establish so easily from Zinnia seeds. Every garden benefits from the spectacular display and long bloom season of these small Zinnia plants. The Lilliput Zinnia flower is small, fully double, ball-shaped and form on erect plants.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput Red) - Lush pom-poms of color make Zinnia Lilliput perfect for your garden, containers and along walkways. Grown from Zinnia seeds, this semi-dwarf annual with brilliant red blooms makes a great addition to any flower garden.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput White) - This popular little annual is well-known for it outstanding performance in the summer flower border! It readily establishes from Zinnia seeds, and requires very little care for the incredible amount of work it does.
Zinnia (Zinnia Elegans Lilliput Yellow) - Profuse and brilliant pompom blooms of color make Zinnia Lilliput a great addition to your flower garden, containers, and along walkways. Grow this annual from Zinnia seeds for gorgeous yellow blooms that will brighten any area.
|Planting Zinnia Seed|
|In early spring, sow Zinnia seeds indoors using starter trays or small pots. Or, after frost season has ended, directly sow Zinnia elegans seeds outdoors in a prepared seedbed with loosened, weed free soil. Press the flower seeds into the soil and lightly cover with peat moss or sand. Keep soil slightly moist but not wet until germination occurs. Sow the Zinnia seeds in rows 20 inches apart, spacing seeds every 6 inches.|