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Zinnia, Peruvian

Peruvian Zinnia is a native annual from the southwestern U.S., Mexico, and farther south to Argentina. Our seeds originate from extreme southwestern New Mexico and have dark, reddish-orange flowers. Peruvian Zinnia can be found on rocky slopes and open, sunny areas. Plants are fast-growing and quick-blooming. This species is excellent for xeriscape plantings as well as pollinator and conservation mixtures.

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Pick a Zinnia from the Applewood Seed Collection

From African Daisy’s to Zinna’s, we have a wide variety of flower seeds for you to choose from on the Applewood Seed website. Did you know that we have 23 varieties of Zinnia seeds to choose from? See our selection and place your order directly from our online store.

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Zinnia, Coral

This Zinnia has 4-5 inch wide flowers that are a beautiful coral color. The species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias make good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia, Dark Violet

Dark Violet Zinnia has 4-5 inch wide flowers that are a deep violet color. This species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias are good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia, Rose

Rose Zinnia has 4-5 inch wide flowers that are a rosy pink. This species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias are good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia, Lavender

This Zinnia has 4-5 inch wide flowers that are lavender. The species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias make good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia ‘Thumbelina’

Zinnia ‘Thumbelina’ was an All America Selections winner in 1963. Plants grow to just 12 inches tall, and the semi-double to double flower colors include pink, purple, red, orange, white and yellow. This species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Recommended for beds and borders, containers and pollinator plantings. Flowers are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia ‘Cactus Flowered Mix’

Zinnia ‘Cactus Flowered Mix’ plants are unusual in that they have quilled petals rather than flat ones like other varieties. The species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Colors in our mixture include pink, purple, red, salmon, white and yellow. Zinnias are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia ‘Sombrero’

Zinnia ‘Sombrero’ is an old variety that has bold, bi-colored petals. The inner half of the petals are red while the outer half are bright yellow. This species is native to Mexico, and plants are fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias are good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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Zinnia ‘Scarlet Flame’

Zinnia ‘Scarlet Flame’ has bright, orange-red flowers that are 4-5 inches across and are semi-double to double. This Zinnia species is native to Mexico, and it is fast-growing and long-blooming. Zinnias are good cut flowers. In addition, they are excellent for pollinator plantings and are especially attractive to butterflies.

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