About- This well-known variety is known for its large colorful blooms, and strong foliage and stems. Strong disease resistance and excellent as a cut flower.
When and Where to Plant- Start indoors or direct sow once the soil has warmed. Take extra care if transplanting. Add Compost or all purpose fertilizer to 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- 5-8
Plant Spacing- 1-3"
Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 100