This well-balanced mixture promises a stunning spectrum of hues, from vibrant reds and cheerful yellows to delicate pinks and calming purples. The California Giant cultivar is well-known for its enormous size. Its sturdy stems hold up enormous, dahlia-like flowers, which look amazing in any garden.
These simple-to-grow seeds are an excellent option for both inexperienced and seasoned gardeners, making it a breeze to create your own colorful sanctuary. All you have to do is plant the seeds in well-drained soil, give them enough sunlight, and watch as your garden comes to life with vibrant blooms that entice butterflies and hummingbirds with their alluring beauty.
Through their ability to draw pollinators, Zinnia California Giant Mix Seeds do more for your garden's environment than just aesthetic appeal. These seeds offer a sustainable and lovely complement to your outdoor space with their robust and long-lasting blossoms.
Experience the splendor of California's wildflowers in your own garden with these gorgeous Zinnias, which will never stop blooming and turn every day into an occasion to celebrate the wonders of nature.
Season of Interest: Summer and early fall
Cultivating Difficulty: Easy, suitable for gardeners of all experience levels.
Planting Time: Spring, after the last frost has passed, for vibrant summer and fall blooms.
Type: Zinnia California Giant Mix, featuring a variety of colors and the iconic California Giant flower form.
Growth Habit: Upright and robust, with sturdy stems supporting large, dahlia-like flowers.
Soil pH: Prefers a slightly acidic to neutral pH.
Soil Type: Well-drained soil is ideal for optimal growth.
Features: Diverse mix with vibrant colors, including reds, yellows, pinks, and purples. Known for the California Giant variety's impressive size and visual impact.
Color: a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues.
Sunlight: full sun to partial shade for the best results.
Common name: Zinnia California Giant Mix.
Life Cycle: Annual, providing a burst of color for a single growing season.
Watering: Moderate watering, maintaining consistently moist soil during the growing season, and avoiding waterlogging for optimal performance