Zinnia - Cut and Come Again (zinnia pumila)
Zinnia are an upright, bushy plant with
an array of bright, bold blooms. They grow to around 3- 4 ft tall.
These spectacular flowers should be grown in every garden! but that's
just my opinion. They have long been a firm favorite in gardens
worldwide. Zinnia Cut and Come Again has long-stemmed flowers 2½"
across in a blend of pink, bright scarlet, yellow, salmon, white and
more. The more you cut, the more they bloom, and they keep blooming
from midsummer until frost. The cut flowers last a long while in a
vase without showing age.
They attract bees and other pollinators, especially hummingbirds. We
watched hummingbirds fight over these blooms everyday.
They were named 1763 by Linnaeus in honor of Johann Zinn, a German
professor of botany and medicine. The first double forms were
introduced in France in 1856. Zinnias became popular in the US in the
late 19th and early 20th century and many familiar forms were bred
Pack of 200+ seeds (1 gram) $3.00
Pack of 1400+ seeds (1/4 oz) $7.50
Available in quantities up to 1 lb. Contact us for a price quote.