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ZINNIA (Zinnia elegans)

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1 ZINNIA (Zinnia elegans)
2 Grow Bag (4″)/ Plastic pot

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Zinnias are popular garden flowers because they come in a wide range of flower colors and shapes, and they can withstand hot summer temperatures, and are easy to grow from seeds. They are grown in fertile, humus-rich, and well-drained soil, in an area with full sun.

Plant Specifications

Common Name ZINNIA
Maximum Reachable Height (4″ to 40″)
Flower Color orange, yellow, white, pink
Bloom Time late spring until the first frost in fall
Difficulty Level easy

Planting And Care

  • Maintain moderate soil moisture and fertilize lightly to maximize growth and blooms.
  • After zinnias flower, cut off the old flowers (a process called “deadheading”) to encourage more flowers to form.
  • Zinnias are annuals and will die with the first hard frost of fall.

Light Requirement

  • Choosing a location that gets full sun is essential.


  • Zinnias are adaptable to most soil conditions, but the ideal soil will be rich in organic matter and well-drained.
  • Soil pH should be between 5.5 and 7.5.
  • If soil is amended with compost, the flowers will grow more quickly.


  • Once they are 3 to 4 inches high, water them deeply a couple of times a week, depending on weather.
  •  Zinnias aren’t drought tolerant, but they like their soil a little on the dry side.
  • The soil should not be continuously wet.
  • If we experience overcast June weather, cut down on watering.

Application of Fertilizer

  • Zinnias can be fertilized by a variety of sources.
  • Stephen (2004) found that the poultry manure is the most effective manure for Zinnia to grow taller.
  • The average height for the nine plants, after 18 days in poultry manure was 52.67 mm.


  • Transplant zinnias in the morning. Dig a hole large enough for the root ball and associated soil to fit into.
  • The top of the root cluster should be 1/2 to 1 inch below the surface.
  • Pack the soil loosely with your fingers and water it well.
  • Transplant zinnias in the morning.
  • Dig a hole large enough for the root ball and associated soil to fit into.

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