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Zinnia-26
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Zinnias are summer plants that enjoy warm weather. If they are planted early they will simply wait for warmer weather to flourish.

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Zinnia   Pinwheel Series (Zinnia)

Pinwheel Series. A Burpee breeding breakthrough mildew resistant zinnias! Grow this carefree beauty even where summers are humid. Compact bushy plants topped with a profusion of 3-1/2", single, daisy-like blooms all summer long. Good in bouquets and containers. Ht. 12". Burpee Bred. Proven tops for performance and adaptability. Easy, Annual. Sun. Attracts Butterflies. Zinnias add bold, vibrant color to gardens. The more you cut, the more they bloom! Heat-loving and very easy to grow. Space plants of small kinds 8-10" apart, taller kinds up to 18" apart.

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Plant Types: Annual
Light: Partial Shade to Full Sun
Height: 1 foot to 1 foot 6 inches
Width: 1 foot to 1 foot 3 inches
Bloom Color: Orange, Red, Yellow
Bloom Seasons: Early summer, Mid summer, Late summer, Early fall, Mid fall, Late fall
Special Features: Deer resistant
Fertilizer: Miracle-Gro® Water Soluble Bloom Booster® Flower Food
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Plant Care
Planting:

Plant seeds in the desired location during May-July.

Plant Growth:

Plant growth will vary depending on variety.

Blooming:

Blooming time will vary depending on the variety. The Z. angustifolia will bloom in 6 weeks from the time the seed has been planted and will continue into fall. The Z. grandiflora will bloom throughout spring and fall if it is watered.

Soil and Irrigation:

Zinnias require good garden soil and should be watered by watering the soil around the plant, not overhead.

Fertilization:

When it comes time to fertilize the Zinnia, give it a liberal amount of fertilizer.