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Zinnia Mix Color Flower Seeds

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Zinnia tolerate low temperatures but cannot grow in frost. The flower comes in different colors, shapes, and sizes some look like dahlias and some have daisy-like flowerheads. You can easily grow zinnia in your home garden, terrace garden, or balcony. It creates an awesome look for your garden and is also a favorite of butterflies. 

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About this item

  • Number of Mix Color Zinnia Seeds: 50 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Growing season: Throughout the year (spring, summer, and winter)
  • Sowing method: Direct or Seedling transplant
  • Germination temperature: 21-26°C
  • Germination Time: 4 to 10 days from sowing
  • Blooming Time: 45-70 days (Late spring to frost)

What size grow bag is best for Zinnia?

Zinnia Growing Season In India 

Zinnias prefer warm climates and can grow in any season but spring, summer, and winter are the perfect times to sow zinnia seeds. You can plant zinnias when the weather is warm, from February to April or August to December.

How To Grow Zinnia From Seeds 

Beautiful zinnia is a very easy and fast-growing flowering plant, you can sow the seeds directly as it does not like to be transplanted. If you are sowing zinnias indoors for transplant in the garden, transplant carefully without damaging the root. Sow zinnia seeds when the soil temperature is around 21-26°C. The best size of the pots or grow bags for planting zinnias is 9 to 15 inches wide and deep.

Zinnia Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a pot, fill it with potting mix, and sow the zinnia seeds in the soil at a depth of about ¼ inch. You can also make your own potting mix by mixing 20% cocopeat, 30% vermicompost, 30% garden soil, and 20% sand. Sow the seeds in pots about 5-8 inches apart. Water the potting soil gently through a watering can and keep the soil moist until germination. Zinnia seeds germinate quickly, in about 4-10 days (depending on climate and growing conditions).
Tips - If you are transplanting zinnias, place the pot in partial sunlight for a few days after transplanting to protect the seedling from transplant shock. After 3 days, keep the pot in full sunlight.

Best Fertilizer For Zinnia

  • Add Phosphorus-rich fertilizer once a month during the blooming season (summer to frost) to encourage more flowers. Always dilute fertilizers with water then apply. 
  • You can also add cow manure or vermicompost during the zinnia growing season.  

Zinnia Plant Care Tips

Soil - Use fertile, organic matter and well-draining soil to plant zinnias. A soil pH of around 5.5 to 7.5 is ideal for growing zinnias.
Water - The water requirement of zinnia is low when mature but it needs proper watering before maturity. You can water 1 inch per week and keep the soil moist as consistent moisture is the key to successful zinnia growth.
Sunlight - Zinnias thrive in full sunlight and may not grow well in shade. Daily 6-8 hours of sunlight is good for zinnia.
Temperature - The minimum day temperature for growing Zinnia is 16°C and the optimum temperature for growing zinnia ranges from 23-28°C.
Common pests and diseases - Pests such as spider mites and caterpillars attack the zinnia plant, and diseases such as powdery mildew and bacterial wilt affect the plant. These diseases develop when the leaves are wet and the plants do not get a proper space. You can use neem oil to protect your zinnia plants from insects.
Deadheading - Removing or deadheading spent flowers is very important for a zinnia's healthy growth. Deadhead encourages more blooms and gives room for new blooms. In addition, it is important to regularly remove any infected or dry parts of the petunia plant for better growth.

Zinnia Blooming Time 

  • Zinnia is a fast-blooming flower plant. It blooms from late spring to frost. Usually, it takes 45-70 days for seeds to flower.
  • This is a very popular and beautiful flower that you can cut and decorate in a vase when all the petals are open, it lasts up to 10 days easily.

Zinnia Special Features   

  • Common name - Zinnia 
  • Scientific name - Zinnia 
  • Height - 6 to 36 inches
  • Level of growing - Easy


Why is my zinnia dying?

Zinnia dies due to lack of water, when the plants get less water they begin to wither and then die. So keep the soil of your zinnia plants moist and check that they are not dry.

How do you keep zinnias blooming?

To keep zinnias blooming they need proper sunlight, water, and regular fertilizer and trimming.
Note: Images are for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.
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Based on 17 reviews
Zangmoo Lepcha
Best quality seed

Almost all the seeds has sprout and I am sure this will give flowers soon. This is my third time buying seeds from organic bazaar and it has been a satisfying experience so far..🫶🫶

Thank you so much for your kind words and for choosing our Zinnia Mix Color Flower Seeds! We're thrilled to hear that you've had such a successful experience with our seeds. We take pride in providing high-quality products and we're happy to know that we've met your expectations. We appreciate your continued support and we hope to see you again soon. Happy gardening!

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Kondalarao Chinni
Seeds are not good quality

Seeds are not germinating, by chance if one or two seeds got germinated those are not sustainable for full growth.

Stanzin Idyoung

Excellent quality seeds

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Zinnia Mix Color Flower Seeds

Reema Kumari

No of my zinnia bloomed