Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy
Zinnia Seeds - Envy

Zinnia Seeds - Envy

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About Zinnia Seeds - Envy

Sure to elevate your Heirloom Zinnia collection to envy-worthy status among your neighbors, these vibrant and distinctive blooms are surefire conversation starters! Beloved by crafters, florists, and gardeners alike, Zinnias are easy-to-grow annuals that thrive in warm weather and full sun!


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Planting Zinnia Seeds - Envy

When to Plant Zinnia Seeds

Zinnias thrive when started directly outdoors in locations with early spring warmth. Originating from Mexico, they're accustomed to long, hot summers. As tender annuals, they can be sown directly into the garden after all frost danger has passed and daytime temperatures reach at least 50°F. In cooler climates, start seeds indoors 4 to 6 weeks before your average last-frost date. Harden off the plants by gradually exposing trays outdoors for a few hours daily before planting them in your garden.

Where to Plant Zinnia Seeds

Choose a spot with full sun for your Zinnias. They can thrive in various well-draining soil conditions.

How to Plant Zinnia Seeds

Prepare the planting area for your Zinnias by turning over the soil and incorporating 2 or 3 inches of compost or peat moss to enhance fertility and drainage. Plant the seeds shallowly, about ¼” – ½” deep, and expect seedlings to emerge in four to seven days. Once seedlings reach around 3” tall, thin them to promote airflow and prevent powdery mildew. Dwarf varieties should be spaced about 9” apart, while taller ones need about 1 foot of space. If starting indoors, use organic potting mix in pots, plant two seeds per cell or pot, and cover with ½” of soil. Place in a warm (65-70°F) and well-lit area, keeping the seeds moist. Germination typically occurs in 7 to 10 days. Once seedlings are 2 ½ - 3” tall, they're ready for outdoor transplanting. Zinnias tolerate full sun and partial shade.

How to Care for Zinnias

Water your zinnia garden carefully, avoiding wetting the stems or leaves to prevent mildew. Keep the soil lightly moistened, allowing it to dry out between watering. Zinnias bloom profusely from summer to autumn, requiring minimal attention once established.