If you’re not familiar with Zinderella Zinnias, you’re in for a big treat. Prized for their abundant display of double-crested blooms with creamy peach centers and dark eyes. Zinnias have certainly had a rebirth as of late, but this variety has become a cult favorite. Heat tolerant and easy to grow they make a great first cut flowers variety for beginners and children gardeners. The flower heads are 2-2 1/2 “ across and grow to be 25-30” tall. We love planting these in our gardens to fill our vases and for gifting to neighbors and friends.
SEED COUNT: 25 seeds
Planting instructions: Sow seeds evenly 12 inches apart and cover with ¼ inch of fine soil. Firm soil lightly with your hand, water, and keep evenly moist. Thin seedlings to stand 8-10 inches apart when they are about 1-2 inches tall. Zinnias can also be started indoors 5-7 weeks before planting outside (after the danger of frost has passed).
Sun: Full sun Germination (days till sprouts appear): 7-10 days Life Cycle: Annual Days to maturity: 60-70 Spacing: 14-24" Height: 25-30”