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Jessie Keith

(Profusion Cherry Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent flowering annuals that originated from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. The compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and many medium-sized flowers.

The bright 'Profusion Cherry' has magenta-red daisies with yellow centers. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering.

Given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer. In fact, a mature plant may have dozens...

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Jessie Keith

(Profusion Coral Pink Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. These compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and produce many medium-sized flowers.

The colorful 'Profusion Coral Pink' has cheerful coral-pink daisies punctuated by yellow centers. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering.

If given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer....

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James H. Schutte

(Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. This award-winning series is most admired for its profuse, continuous flowering and disease resistance. The compact, plants have linear green leaves and pretty daisies that come in wide range of colors to include red, pink, orange, white and apricot.

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Marian Keith

(Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. This award-winning series is most admired for its profuse, continuous flowering and disease resistance. The compact, plants have linear green leaves and pretty daisies that come in wide range of colors to include red, pink, orange, white and apricot.

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James Burghardt

(Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. This award-winning series is most admired for its profuse, continuous flowering and disease resistance. The compact, plants have linear green leaves and pretty daisies that come in wide range of colors to include red, pink, orange, white and apricot.

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James H. Schutte

(Profusion Fire Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. These compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and produce many medium-sized flowers.

The colorful 'Profusion Fire' has glowing orange-red daisies punctuated by ruddy orange-brown centers. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering.

If given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer....

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James H. Schutte

(Profusion Orange Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. These compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and produce many medium-sized flowers.

The colorful 'Profusion Orange' has tangerine orange daisies. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering.

If given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer. In fact, a mature plant may have dozens...

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Mark Kane

(Profusion White Zinnia, Zinnia)

Profusion zinnias are excellent warm season annuals that originate from a cross between Z. angustifolia and Z. elegans. These compact, everblooming plants have linear green leaves and produce many medium-sized flowers.

The colorful 'Profusion White’ has ivory daisies with golden orange centers. It is a national award winner for its disease resistance and profuse flowering.

If given full sun and fertile soil, it will flower continuously all summer. In fact, a mature plant...

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Jesse Saylor

(Red Spider Zinnia, Zinnia)

Small, delicate, spidery red blooms cover the unusual hybrid zinnia, 'Red Spider', all summer long. The compact, bushy, warm season annual thrives in heat and can even withstand some drought. Its small flowers are not show-stopping but they are sweet and interesting and compliment other hot colored summer annuals, especially those with big color.

Warm weather is a must for zinnias. Their seeds germinate readily as garden soil heats up, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in...

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Jessie Keith

(Scarlet and Yellow Zinnia, Zinnia)

Bearing large red and gold bicolored blooms on compact plants, the Scarlet and Yellow zinnias in the Swizzle Series are bushy warm-season annuals that are Zinnia grandiflora hybrids. Easily grown from seed, these plants produce enormous, semi-double, bicolored blooms on upright, calf-high stems.

Hybrid zinnias are warm season plants. They germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will continue to frost...