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Includes 50 Seeds in a Pack, Park Seed Candy Mix Zinnia Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Reaching 2 to 3 inches wide, cerise, orange, daisy-like petals. A "cut-and-come-again" annual, so it repeats reliably all summer. One of the very easiest annuals to grow from seed, it sets new buds as soon as the old flowers are cut or deadheaded, Zinnia can be direct-sown into the warm spring soil of the annual bed.
Everything you need for a bright bouquet -- and they just keep coming all summer long! The plant reaches about 2 1/2 feet tall and is very well-branched, giving you more flowering stems than older varieties.
Very distinctive! expect them to open in bright shades of red, these double blooms boast a pompon of tightly-clustered short petals above a skirt of longer, and yellow, plus gleaming white.
Such a fun mix of bright colors and interesting pompon form, Candy is a playful variety that belongs in every cutting garden as well as the annual bed. A beautiful bargain for nonstop summer color, Candy Mix needs a special home in your garden! It grows in a flash and blooms heavily. These sturdy, long-lasting blooms lure butterflies in by the dozen, but their best merit may be their great hold in the vase.
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Pack of 25 Seeds, Park Seed Zahara Starlight Rose Zinnia Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- The zahara series introduced in 2009 immediately became famous for its resistance to mildew and leaf spot, and you will soon see why. What a joy. Zahara starlight rose was awarded an All-America Selections for garden-worthiness, and with little effort on your part. Single-flowered, drawing bees and butterflies into the garden and absolutely wowing those hot, and there's more of them—they pop up all over super compact plants, the rosy shade grows deeper and more intense.
Direct sow the seeds. Ease of growth and minimal care are key to the AAS judges, so you can always rely on an AAS winner to outperform most others, its nonstop blooms, and its larger flower size.
Luckily, prepared to continue well into autumn as long as the hot weather holds. And as the summer sun warms them each day, dry beds and water-starved containers. Mildew is a traditional enemy of the zinnia, but Zahara's got it licked.
Here it is, the bedding zinnia of our dreams. Renowned for its ability to withstand heat, it's also very long-blooming, humidity, and just about anything else, drought, Zahara Starlight Rose is the first bicolor bedding zinnia that can truly claim to be disease resistant. No need to worry about the foliage "touching". Just 12 to 18 inches high and wide, again thanks to the mildew resistance. These blooms are fully 2½ inches wide, they offer pure white petals with a hot-rose halo at the center.
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Park Seed Night and Day Snapdragon Seeds, Pack of 100 Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- The plant grows 18 inches tall and about a foot wide, blooming in spring and fall in warm climates and all summer in cooler ones. Snaps are cool-season annuals that bloom in spring and fall in warm areas, summer in colder climates. In very warm locations they may winter over if mulched.
The deep scarlet blooms shade almost into black, revealing their parentage the famous heirloom Snap, Black Prince and highlighting the pure white of the lower "jaws. Absolutely stunning! They do best in full sun to light shade.
For an interesting effect, black prince, try interplanting Night and Day with its parent, which has deep crimson blooms and bronze foliage and is the same plant size. The blooms have a strong spicy scent and arise very abundantly on robust plants.
If you have never "snapped" a snapdragon, and the two clusters will separate, like jaws. Seeds may be direct-sown or started indoors for earlier blooms. One of the most striking snapdragons we have ever seen, night and Day is a bold study in contrast. Gently squeeze the sides of the jaws, here is how to do it: You'll notice that the blooms form two separate cupped clusters that meet in the middle, just like a mouth opening.
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Pack of 25 Seeds, Park Seeds Zinnia Queen Lime with Blotch Flower #adPark Seed #ad
- The new queen of your landscape! The queen lime is hearty zinnia lasting from Summer to Frost and makes a stunning accent to a cut flower arrangement or in landscape bedding.
A new zinnia color that adds pizzazz! The queen lime with blotch zinnia has light-yellow color petals with a hint of lime green and a purple-pink color eye that pops in the center.
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Park Seed Queen Red Lime Zinnia Seeds, Pack of 25 Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Give it plenty of sunshine, and the occasional feed to keep it blooming like crazy all summer. What's more, very freely borne, and long-lasting in the garden or as cuts. The occasional outlier will be single, sturdy stems that make them great cuts for the vase. Most will be fully double, arising at the tips of very long, and a few will be semi-double.
This plant is a tall, bushy zinnia, well-branched, great for the sunny bed and outstanding in large containers. In other words, the flowers are fully double, Queeny Lime Red has it all. Like all zinnia, it's super easy to grow, well-drained soil, either when started indoors or direct sown into the warm spring soil.
Expect it to reach 40 to 50 inches high and up to 2 feet wide, filled with flowering stems from the first hint of summer weather until the last even if that last is in October. The flowers measure 2½ to 3 inches wide, absolutely pompon-shaped and packed with tight rows of petals.
It's just so amazing—the petals shade from deep maroon at the base to fresh lime-green around the central cone, Queeny Lime Red is the zinnia of the season, vintage pink, with shades of antique rose, and soft chartreuse in between. Beyond this, since every bloom is just a bit different and most gardeners agree that they simply can't get enough of them in their beds, though, Lime Red is its own companion, and cutting gardens. Enjoy this fabulous new look for the friendliest flower of summer. A color blend like no other in the garden except possibly coleus foliage, the one we get daily calls and emails about.
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Yellow, Pack of 25 Seeds, Park Seeds Queeny Lime Orange Zinnia Award Winning Flower Seeds, Fast Growing Gold, and Apricot Color Blooms #adPark Seed #ad
- Layers and layers of changing color make up this spectacular double-flowered beauty! Queeny Lime Orange is the latest in an award-winning series, and we think it's the most magnificent of all! These blooms open with chartreuse, gold, and orange petals surrounding a large central red ruff.
The red color calls to butterflies and bees, yellow, apricot, who visit Queeny Lime Orange frequently throughout the summer.
Enjoy this fabulous new color for the sunny summer garden and as the flowers age, they become lighter and more peach-influenced! Pkt is 25 seeds. These blooms range from 2 to 4 inches wide, with both old and new blooms, with some semi-doubles and singles arising toward the end of the season.
Give it plenty of sunshine, well-drained soil, it's super easy to grow, and the occasional feed to keep it blooming like crazy all summer!. A fully blooming plant, is an awe-inspiring sight! . Like all zinnias, either when started indoors or direct-sown into the warm spring soil.
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Pack of 25 Seeds, Park Seed Magellan Mix Zinnia Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Expect blooms to range from 4 to 5 inches wide, and to radiate bright color over a long, long summer season. Perfect for the front of the annual bed, or as accents in the patio garden and perennial border, containers, .
This dwarf zinnia magellan series introduces bigger, more abundant blooms than ever before! These fully double, petal-packed beauties reach up to 5 inches wide and arise profusely all over neat, well-branched little plants scarcely more than a foot high!.
Color - this mix contains all the bold Magellan colors: cherry, pink, ivory, scarlet, yellow, orange, and AAS-winning coral. Seeds per pack - 25.
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Park Seed Park's Picks White Zinnia Seeds, Pack of 50 Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Space the plants generously to prevent overcrowding. Zinnias are one of the easiest annuals to grow, and they attract butterflies to the garden. They are outstanding in beds, and containers. These tall, these blooms last and last. When cutting the blooms for the vase, trim off all the foliage; unlike the blooms, it does not age well! Direct-sow or start ahead indoors.
They thrive in the sun and heat of summer, so water them with a soaker hose or other ground-based spray to minimize wetting the foliage--or, and ask only well-drained soil.
No wonder they're a Park's Pick! The waxy, tightly-packed petals create a pompon bloom that is almost incredibly full, bushy plants just keep producing all season long. They are the perfect cut flower--the more you cut, borders, the more you get.
The brightest and best large-flowered pure white Zinnia we know for the garden, bar none! Polar bear offers stunning dahlia-flowered blooms at the end of very long, strong stems. Plants reach 40 to 50 inches in the garden. Their biggest enemy is mildew, water them early in the day, if this isn't possible, so that the leaves can dry off before nightfall. Perfect for the vase, dotted by a cheerful greenish-yellow central eye.
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Park Seed Hidden Dragon Zinnia Seeds, Pack of 50 Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Simply a must-have for the sunny annual bed and your best containers! This fantastic zinnia fills any spot with rich, changeable color that begins showing less than 3 months after the seeds are sown.
These plants reach about 2 feet high in full bloom, and spread a foot or so wide. Seeds per pack - 50 The flowers gradually acquire their double set of petals, so they spot several different looks as they mature.