About- These beautiful single, salmon-pink blooms are sure to catch attention from people and pollinators. Simple yet bright, Miss Willmott makes a great addition to annual flower beds or cut flower gardens. Easy to grow!
When and Where to Plant- Start indoors or direct sow, taking extra care if transplanting seedlings. Add compost in an area that is well draining as zinnias are susceptible to mildew.
Care and Harvest- Pinch plants when young to encourage longer stems. Water regularly at the base of the plant. Harvest as flower just begins to open to use as a cut flower.
Botanical Name- Zinnia elegans
Planting Depth- 1/4"
Days to Germination- 7-10
Plant Spacing- 6-8"
Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 100