Oklahoma Mix flowers heavily and uniformly in crisp yellow, pink, scarlet, salmon, and white, has very good resistance to powdery mildew and is easy to grow.
A very mildew-resistant variety, the lollipop colors of 'Oklahoma' are found on 2" flowers on a tall, branching plant.
Bred specifically for the cut flower zinnia grower, Oklahoma Mix produces numerous 1-1/2" to 2" semi-double to double blooms on bushy plants.
Hardiness: Tender Annual
Size: 2.5-3' h x 1.5-2' w
Sun: Full sun
Soil: Rich, well-drained
Season: Summer to fall
Seed to Bloom: 9-12 weeks
Color: Mix of peach, rose, yellow, red, and white 2" flowers
Depth:1/16-1/4" Sprout Time:5-10 days Starting Indoors:Sow 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Keep at 70-80°F. Starting Outdoors:Recommended. Direct sow after last spring frost. When to Set Outside:After last spring's frost, when night temperatures remain above 50°F.