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What is the largest zinnia?
Benary's Giant Series: The largest-flowered varieties in the zinnia family, plants often reach 4 to 5 feet (1.
Will zinnias bloom more than once?
Zinnias are one of the easiest flowers to grow, as they grow quickly and bloom heavily. ... Zinnias are annuals, so they'll grow for one season and produce seeds, but the original plant will not come back in subsequent years.
How big do zinnia flowers get?
Height/Spread: Varies by type. There are dwarf varieties 6 to 12 inches tall and wide, and others grow up to 4 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide.
Do zinnias bloom again after cutting?
Zinnias are a “cut and come again” flower, so when you cut the plant “hard,” it responds by sending out even more long, strong stems all season long.
How long do zinnia flowers last?
seven to 12 days
How do you keep zinnias from blooming?
Pruning zinnia plants is really easy! All you need to do is wait until they are about 10-12 inches tall; you want to make sure they have a couple sets of leaves. Once they reach this point you will cut the tops off of the plants. I cut down about 4 inches or the top two sets of leaves with a sharp pair of pruners.
Do zinnias attract hummingbirds?
Zinnia are among the easiest of all annual flowers to grow, with bright bloom colors that make them a favorite of hummingbirds and other pollinators. ... After the hummingbirds have had their fill of the nectar, seeds will develop as the flowers mature, attracting finches and other seed-loving birds.
Are zinnias poisonous?
Zinnias are not a poisonous plant and are safe for gardens frequented by children and pets. However, they are not a culinary flower, and are not used as food garnishes, etc., though cut flowers do make a colorful and elegant centerpiece for the table.
Are zinnias harmful to dogs?
Zinnia. Add zinnias to your no-nonsense list of hard-performing annual flowers, and rest easy knowing that they aren't toxic to your pets, either.
What are zinnias good for?
Nectar-rich zinnias are wonderful pollinators and will attract bees during their growing season, from May until October. They also attract ladybugs, Japanese Beetles, hummingbirds and wasps. Zinnias are a great addition to any flower bed for gardeners looking for a low maintenance flower. ...
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