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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, lots of flowers
What are the cons? None
First time growing any zinnia from seed. These were super easy to grow and produced beautiful flowers in a variety of colors. No additional watering necessary in my region. These made great cutting flowers for vases. Attracted butterflies to the garden too!!!
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What are the pros? Pop of summer color
Flowering in a delicious array of warm purples, fuchsias, oranges,etc, these little beauties bloom cheerfully all summer. They are definitely "cut and come again," filling small jars and vases throughout the season. Watch the stamens come out after the initial bloom and weave a golden circle in the center of the flower!
13 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Super easy to grow
What are the cons? Can get spindly
I plant these in pots in front of my house every year and I get huge compliments. Once they takeoff they bloom all summer. Even in the heat and humidity of N. VA. It's always fun because you never know what color is coming from this mix.
10 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Productive,beautiful.
What are the cons? none
Stunning.Super productive,produced lots of blooms.The butterflies love them,they would land and feed on the flowers I had picked.Bushy plants as well.Flower shape varies a little,but is no problem.last a long time as a cut flower and they have nice stems for cutting to.I plan to gather seeds from them and grow them next year.Has become one of my favorites.
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything
The plants very bushy and super productive,they bloomed like crazy and the butterflies absolutely loved them,they would land and feed on the flowers that I picked for bouquets.The flowers last a long time as cut flowers.Good stems for cutting to.Flower shapes tended to vary slightly.No problem though. I plan to save seeds from them.Has become my favorite zinnia.