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Image of Zinnia (SWIZZLE SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Swizzle Zinnia, Zinnia)

Bearing large colorful blooms on compact plants, 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 if the flowers are regularly deadheaded...

Image of Zinnia (ZAHARA SERIES) photo by: All-America Selections

All-America Selections

(Zinnia)

Compact stature, excellent heat and drought tolerance and profuse season-long flowering are the three most desirable characteristics of zinnias in the Zahara Series. These warm season annuals come in several colors including orange, pink, red, yellow and white. According to Ball Horticultural Company, they have up to 20% more flowers than plants in the comparable Profusion Series.

The medium green leaves are produced on well-branched stems. Pretty daisies are borne at the ends of stems throughout...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Narrowleaf Zinnia)

In need of a heat and sun-loving bedding annual that offers nonstop flower color all summer? Then look no further. Narrowleaf zinnia is easy to grow, tough and puts forth orange, yellow or white daisies all summer long. It originates from the open grasslands and rocky terrain of the southwestern United States and Mexico, so it is adapted to difficult growing environments.

This bushy plant has linear, green leaves and dense branching. It is a warm season annual that germinates when temperatures...

(Classic Narrowleaf Zinnia, Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. The cultivar 'Classic' bears a profusion of small golden-orange daisy-flowers on compact stems throughout summer.

Narrowleaf zinnias will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. This zinnia is drought and heat tolerant and mildew resistant, but does require regular fertilizing. Deadhead the plants to keep...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia

James H. Schutte

(Crystal Orange Narrowleaf Zinnia, Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Crystal Series bear showy daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems throughout summer. The cultivar 'Crystal Orange' has bright orange daisies with orange-yellow centers.

Narrowleaf zinnias will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. These zinnias are drought tolerant and mildew resistant, but...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia

James H. Schutte

(Crystal White Narrowleaf Zinnia, Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Crystal Series bear showy daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems throughout summer. The cultivar 'Crystal White' bears a profusion of small white daisies with yellow centers.

Narrowleaf zinnias will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. These zinnias are drought tolerant and mildew resistant,...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia

James H. Schutte

(Narrowleaf Zinnia, Star Gold Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Star Series bear a profusion of showy daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems from late spring to frost. The cultivar 'Star Gold' has golden-yellow flowers.

This heat-, drought-, and mildew-resistant zinnia will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. Deadhead the plants and feed them once...

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Jessie Keith

(Narrowleaf Zinnia, Star Orange Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Star Series bear a profusion of showy daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems from late spring to frost. The cultivar 'Star Orange' has bright orange flowers.

This heat-, drought-, and mildew-resistant zinnia will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. Deadhead the plants and feed them once...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Narrowleaf Zinnia, Star White Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Star Series bear a profusion of showy daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems from late spring to frost. The cultivar 'Star White' has crisp white flowers with golden-yellow centers.

This heat-, drought-, and mildew-resistant zinnia will bloom in 6 weeks from a late spring sowing. Plant the seeds in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun and wait for the show. Deadhead the...

Image of Zinnia angustifolia (CRYSTAL SERIES) photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Crystal Zinnia, Narrowleaf Zinnia)

Narrowleaf zinnia is a bushy upright annual native to the Southwest United States and Mexico. Cultivars in the Crystal Series bear showy orange, yellow, or white daisy-shaped flowers on compact stems throughout summer. Look for Zinnia ‘Crystal White’, whose yellow-eyed daisy-flowers are bright white and add appealing neutral color to containers.

Narrowleaf zinnia grows best in average, well-drained soil and full sun and will bloom in 6 weeks after sowing. It thrives when summer temperatures are...