About/Plant Zinnia Flowers

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You Get 30+ Seeds. Zinnia Flowers - get about 3 feet tall.


Garden Seeds for cut flowers, containers, bedding, and landscapes. Zinnias are easy to grow directly seeded into the garden or flower bed. Zinnias typically take around two months from seed to flower, although this can change depending on weather conditions. Choose a bright and sunny spot for your zinnias. Cover zinnia seeds with just ¼ inch of soil because they need light to germinate. Zinnias are colorful additions to any flower garden. The more you cut the flower off, the more you get.


Growing zinnia flowers is an incredibly rewarding experience. These bright, colorful flowers are easy to grow, making them perfect for gardeners of any level. The range of colors available, from bright oranges and yellows to deep purples and reds, make them a great addition to any garden. They attract hummingbirds and butterflies, adding to the sense of joy and beauty in the garden. Zinnias are also relatively low maintenance, so gardeners can sit back and enjoy their bright blooms without too much fuss. With so much joy to be found in growing zinnia flowers, it’s no wonder they are such a popular choice for gardeners around the world.


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Extra seeds I donate for sale here to help the non-profit group The Gifted Learning Project, which helps people overcome their disabilities with their gifts. Thank you for looking! - Email me If you have any questions. Family, eBay buyers, and friends have good luck with my seeds. The photo is of actual flowers from seeds. All are grown organically, but I want to save the money to have them certified organic.


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HOW TO PLANT Zinnia Seeds

Zinnias are colorful and easy-to-grow annual flowers that are well-suited to various gardening conditions. Here are the basic steps for planting zinnia seeds:

  1. Choose a site: Zinnias prefer full sun and well-drained soil, but they will tolerate some shade and can grow in poor soil as long as they receive plenty of sunlight.

  2. Prepare the soil: Work it to a depth of at least 6 inches to loosen it and remove any large debris. Zinnias prefer a soil pH of around 6.5 to 7.5.

  3. Sow the seeds: Sow the seeds directly into the soil about ¼ inch deep and about 1-2 inches apart. You can also start the seed indoors about 4-6 weeks before the last frost in your area and transplant them to your garden when the soil has warmed up.

  4. Cover the seeds: Cover the seeds with a light layer of soil or other material. Zinnia seeds require light to germinate, so do not bury the seeds too deep.

  5. Water the area: After planting the seeds, water the area thoroughly to help settle the soil and ensure good seed-to-soil contact. Be sure to keep the soil consistently moist until the seedlings are established.

  6. Thin seedlings: Once the seedlings are up, thin them to the final spacing of about 3-5 inches apart.

  7. Wait for germination: it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks for the zinnia seeds to germinate. Be patient and keep an eye on the area, watering as needed to keep the soil moist.

  8. Care for seedlings: When the seedlings are established, continue to keep the soil evenly moist and provide a balanced, slow-release fertilizer if needed. Be watchful for pests, such as aphids and spider mites, which can sometimes be a problem for young plants.


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