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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Glad you have this flower
What are the cons? None
My step-grandfather Elwyn "Doc" Cole of Collinsville, OK raised this zinnia. Doc was a Chickasaw and grew them as a tribute to their namesake Will Rogers who was from Claremore, OK and of Cherokee heritage. He saved his own seed every year and one of my jobs when I visited him and my grandmother at their farm was to help him harvest them. This is a very special memory from my childhood and I love seeing these magnificent red zinnias growing in my Ozark garden.
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What are the pros? Great color!
What are the cons? none
We love this zinnia and so do the butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. The red color is incredibly vivid. Planted outside my 96 year old mother in laws room and she has a daily update of the activity it brings. It grows rather large given full sun, so needs support. I dead head and often cut for indoor flower arrangements from this one plant. This year I planted 3 other plants in partial sun and they are stretching for the sun and not near as healthy as this one. Given our rainy weather during summer, I have spayed with neem oil some to control/prevent mildew. So if you have a sunny spot, give it a try, I think you will love it.
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? showy in the vegetable garden
These zinnias are planted next to my Colossus Field Peas. They are growing in varying shades of red and in varying sizes. Some of mine range in size from 2" to 4". Some are NCSU red and others are slightly orangey, but they harmonize. Blooming against the dark green foliage of the peas, they are beautiful. Like all zinnias they branch out and make more flowers when they are picked.
I can have pretty arrangements on the kitchen table and enjoy them in the garden as I work.
14 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? great price
What are the cons? gorgeous
I had planted Will Rogers Zinnias last year, and they were gorgeous. Always had cutting flowers for me and to give away for my mother-in-law, and she loves them so much. I saved some seeds to plant next year. Yes you can't go wrong with zinnias. They are very easy to grow.
21 out of 21 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Tall and Easy To Grow
What are the cons? Some Variations In Blooms
I had a quick and high germination rate. Plants grew quickly to 4' tall and made a wonderful color spot. I did have a couple that had the larger double blooms and one occasionally had a light pink flower. They were all beautiful and consistent in size.