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200 ZINNIA ~ Whirligig ~ CARROUSEL FLOWER SEEDS~easy to grow
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Date First Available : Sept. 2 2016
- Manufacturer : KJHKJSD
- ASIN : B01LECDKHM
How to Grow Zinnia Flowers From SeedsZinnias range in size from tiny 6-to-8-inch dwarf varieties to towering 3-foot plants. Available in fiery reds, yellows, orange and pink, zinnias grow quickly, making them an ideal flower for beginning gardeners. Instructions
1.Prepare a bed for zinnias that receives full sun, defined as six to eight hours of direct sunlight per day. Till the soil to a depth of eight inches and add well-composted manure or compost to increase aeration and improve drainage. 2.Plant zinnias within four weeks prior to the last expected frost. Sow two seeds per pot in moist seed starter. Set in a warm location such as the top of a water heater or the TV to provide bottom heat to speed germination. Once seedlings have emerged and have developed the second set of leaves, thin to one plant per pot. Transplant to a permanent location after the soil has warmed and all danger of frost has passed. 3.Sow seeds directly in their permanent location in late spring after the soil has warmed and frost has passed. Space plants 9 to 12 inches apart.Cover lightly with soil and keep evenly moist until seeds germinate. 4.Water regularly until the plants are established. Although they do not generally require watering and survive nicely under normal weather conditions, additional water may be needed during dry periods. Monitor for signs of excessively dry soil or wilting of leaves. Harvest zinnias before the flower is completely open for an impressive cut flower that holds well in a vase.