Zinnia Double Grandiflora
Zinnias are annuals, so they grow for one season and make great cutting flowers, but do not come back in subsequent years. They have bright, solitary, daisy-like flowerheads on a single, erect stem. The most common zinnia is “dahlia-flowered” and grows up to three feet tall.
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Zinnia flowers (Zinnia Elegans) are very colorful and an addition to your garden that it will make it vibrant. With so many different colors and growing habits such as tall and dwarf, planting zinnias in your garden is worth it. In this article, you will learn how to plant zinnias in your garden.
Growing zinnia doesn’t cost you a bomb. In fact, it is so easy and cheap to grow zinnia, if you are starting the plants from seeds. Zinnia plants are started from seeds. You can plant zinnia seeds yourself or you can buy zinnia plants in a pack from your local plant nursery or a garden center.
Seeds of zinnia flowers have to be directly sown. They can be sown in a container where it will grow or out in the ground. Once germinated, zinna seedlings don’t like their roots disturbed. Zinnia plants don’t transplant very well.
So, if you wish to start growing zinnia plants indoors first, then plant them in plugs or small pots. So that while transplanting zinnias they dont get into transplanting shock.
While growing zinnia plants, remember to space them correctly. There are different varieties of zinnia plants. Liliput Zinnias are very small and they can be planted densely.Where as Zinnia are little bigger and need lot more space between plants.
- Plant Height
- 15-20 Inches
- Full Sun
- Rich, Well Drained
- Less Water
- Bloom time
- 5-10 days