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California Giant Zinnia Seeds Mix

South GA Seed Company

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California Giant zinnia flowers are a popular choice for gardeners who want to add a burst of color to their outdoor space. These zinnias are known for their large, vibrant blooms that can measure up to 5 inches in diameter. They come in a variety of colors, including pink, red, orange, yellow, and white, making them a versatile choice for any garden. Flowering annual.

One of the benefits of California Giant zinnias is that they are easy to grow and care for. They prefer full sunlight and well-draining soil, and can be grown from seed either indoors or directly in the ground. Once they start to bloom, regular deadheading (removing spent flowers) can encourage new growth and prolong the blooming season.

In addition to their beauty and ease of care, California Giant zinnias also attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies to your garden. They make great cut flowers for bouquets and arrangements, and can even be dried and used in crafts. Overall, California Giant zinnias are a wonderful addition to any garden and are sure to bring joy and color to your outdoor space.

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How to grow 

Zinnias are beautiful and colorful flowers that are easy to grow and maintain. Here are some tips on how to grow zinnias: Choose a sunny location: Zinnias require at least 6 hours of sunlight per day, so choose a spot in your garden that receives full sun. Prepare the soil: Zinnias prefer well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. Add compost or aged manure to the soil to improve its fertility. Plant the seeds: Sow zinnia seeds directly into the ground after the danger of frost has passed. Plant the seeds ¼ inch deep and 4-6 inches apart. Water the soil thoroughly after planting. Water regularly: Zinnias need regular watering to thrive. Water deeply once or twice a week, depending on the weather conditions. Fertilize occasionally: Although zinnias don't require heavy fertilization, you can apply a balanced fertilizer once every 4-6 weeks to promote healthy growth and abundant blooms. Deadhead regularly: To encourage more blooms, remove the spent flowers regularly. This will also prevent the plant from wasting energy on seed production. Watch out for pests and diseases: Zinnias are generally hardy plants, but they can be susceptible to powdery mildew and spider mites. Keep an eye out for any signs of disease or pest infestation and take appropriate action if necessary.