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GAY PRINCESS (BBID) Introduced in 1972. 5" pink blossoms with a light cream in the center. A very good keeper. This one will do better if center pinched out for more laterals. It has a very slight fimbriation on tips of petals. Bush height 4 1/2'. Early bloomer. Recommended as a cut flower. Should do well in exhibition.
Purple Small Zinnia Flower Seeds
In-Stock and Ships within 24-hours Fast Delivery - Within 5-10 business days 96% reviewers recommend this product 100% Money Back Guarantee Grow your own flowers with these Purple Small Zinnia Flower Seeds. Each pack contains 100 seeds. Highlights: - Product Type: Bonsai - Size: Small,Medium - Use: Indoor Plants - Style: Perennial - Applicable Constellation: Virgo - Classification: Novel Plant - Function: Beautifying - Full-bloom Period: Spring - Location: Balcony - Flowerpot: Planted with Pot -
WILDCAT (MSC) Introduced in 1998. Another eye popper! One of the brightest red and yellow combinations we have seen. 3 1/2" blooms are a bright yellow tipped in a magenta red. Very nice cutflower variety that produces great stems for cutting and arranging. Nice foliage on a 4 1/2' bush. Recommended as a cut flower. Should do well in exhibition.
Zinnia Seeds - 116 Zinnias - Huge Selection of Annual Flower Seeds
Zinnia Benary's Giant Salmon Rose- first I recommend the Benary's Giant hybrids, I have been growing them for a while and they produce tall large flowering plants that are resistant to powdery mildew. The seeds are more expensive but they are worth it, and this particular color is amazing. Flowers look just like the picture and fellow gardeners often comment on how difficult it is to find zinnias in subtle color shades.