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Zinnia, Berry Basket (Organic)

Zinnia elegans.

A gorgeous mix of berry-toned zinnias, including raspberry, strawberry (and strawberry ice cream), marionberry, and grape (concorde, merlot, and rosé). Perhaps we can pretend that grapes are berries, and that rosé is a grape variety just this once. If you like a full spectrum of pink, this is the mix for you. A great cut flower, with long, strong stems that will last in a bouquet for 7-10 days. Flowers are fully double. Plants reach 3-4′ and will bloom from July through frost, especially if picked regularly.

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Direct sow 1/4” deep after danger of frost has passed or sow indoors for transplant starting 6 weeks before last frost. Thin or transplant starts to 18” centers. Prefers 60 – 70˚F soil temperature for germination in 5 – 7 days. Deadhead to prolong bloom. Annual.

Seed Saving

Collect seeds from flower heads that are fully dry. Thresh by hand or by dancing, screen and winnow to clean. Cross-pollination is likely. For pure seed, isolate from other varieties of the same species by ¼ mile.

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Callan

    Strongest and largest Zinnas I've Ever Grown

    Callan (verified owner)

    Where did you grow this variety? Mountain West US

    I was really surprised at how sturdy and large these were. We have a rough growing season but they persevered and grew the most beautiful, largest zinnas I have ever seen. They survived several nights of frost before finally succumbing to the onset of winter. They were perfect cut flowers, strong straight stems and long lasting. The color mix was beautiful. I particularly like having organic flower seeds for my organic vegetable gardens.

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