Cut Flower Seeds from Sow Seeds Ltd
Zinnia Pop Art is a red and white striped dome shaped flower. It is an unusual eye catching variety that feels like it should be in a Dutch ‘Old Masters’ painting and is a worthy winner of a Fleuroselect Novelty award for its striking appearance.
Its unusual long lasting flowers look impressive in the garden and funky in a vase particularly when mixed with green foliage and multi-coloured flowers. It flowers from July to mid September and keeps flowering for a long time so long as it is deadheaded regularly.
Zinnia ‘Pop Art’ reaches a height of 60cm on a sturdy stem that makes this pretty flower ideal for a cutting garden flower. Its blousy blooms are loved by bees and butterflies too! An unusual flower that is great for adding interest to the garden and to a vase of flowers.
Zinnia Queen Lime Cut Flower Information
|Seed Quantity:||Approx. 50 seeds per pack.|
|When to Sow:||March to April undercover or May.|
|Site Conditions:||Full sun, well-drained fertile soil.|
|How to Sow:||
Either direct sow seed (April to May) thinly in rows 30cm apart, and lightly cover with fine soil. Firm soil gently and keep moist. When large enough to handle, thin to 25cm apart.
Alternatively sow seed into small individual pots (March to April) cover with a thin layer of seed compost/vermiculite. Water & keep under cover at 20°C & germination will take 7-14 days. Grow on at 15°C & when seedlings large enough 'harden off' for a few days before planting out (25cm apart, in rows 30cm apart) in late May.
Keep weed free and moist but do not over water. Keep picking to prolong flowering period. Cut the flowers when fully open for use in arrangements.
|Flowers:||July to September.|
When to Sow Zinnia Queen Lime Cut Flower Seeds
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