Not only are they gorgeous, they are edible!
They are a “cut and come again” flower, meaning that the more you harvest them, the more they grow back and produce more flowers!
Use the petals (remove the seeds) for a beautiful, colorful addition to salads, summer drinks or desserts.
These zinnias make amazing arrangements of cut flowers.
The flowers are large, flat-petaled semi-doubling and placed on long stems that are perfect for vases.
Children love to plant these and see them grow!
The plants reach 36-48" tall, the blooms are large ranging from 4-7" in diameter.
A rainbow of colors in this mix perfect for colorful arrangements.
Butterflies love these flowers!
Plus, they have a wildflower like hardiness and can be broadcast openly or sown in traditional rows.
For traditional planting, plant 2-3 seeds .5" deep per hole and thin starts early to reduce legginess.
Zinnia seeds germinate in 4-7 days and should bloom in about 60 days.
Keep watered and well-drained.