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Lime with Blotch Queeny Zinnia

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If you’re looking for an elegant color combination, you’ve found it in the Lime Blotch Queeny Zinnia. Also known as “Queen Lime Blush” or the “Queen Lime Blotch”.   These cut-and-come-again flowers produce large, vibrant, dahlia-like blooms that include pops of color like lime, and rich rose with a lime center. A perfect flower for the flower market gardener! This is a perfect variety for cut flower production. Harvest flowers when blooms are just opening for best results. Remove the leaves on the stems below the bloom for optimal longevity. They have strong stems with a plant height of 1.5 to 2 feet and a bloom size between 2 inches to 3 inches. Zinnia elegans. 75 days to maturity.

50 seeds

 

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If you're looking for an elegant color combination, you've found it in the Lime Blotch Queeny Zinnia. Also known as "Queen Lime Blush" or the "Queen Lime Blotch". These cut-and-come-again flowers produce large, vibrant, dahlia-like blooms that include pops of color like lime, and rich rose with a lime center. A perfect flower for the flower market gardener! This is a perfect variety for cut flower production. Harvest flowers when blooms are just opening for best results. Remove the leaves on the stems below the bloom for optimal longevity. They have strong stems with a plant height of 1.5 to 2 feet and a bloom size between 2 inches to 3 inches. Zinnia elegans. 75 days to maturity.

Blooms will keep for several weeks with adequate water in a jar or vase. Zinnias can be direct-seeded or transplanted. Due to the papery texture of the seed and the oblong seed size, zinnias do not plant well with a walk-behind planter. As a result, direct seeding must be done by hand. To direct seed, create a small furrow in the soil and scatter the zinnia seed along the furrow. Use a garden rake to lightly cover the seed and pack the planted area. Zinnias grow well when planted on double rows with drip irrigation. Lay one row of drip tape and plant on both sides of the tape to maximize garden space.

They will also perform well when transplanted. They grow great in our heavy-duty seed-starting trays. Transplants are ready to go in the ground when plants can be easily pulled from the seed starting trays. Zinnias are very heat-tolerant and will continue to produce throughout the warm months of summer. To maximize production, prune or “dead-head” plants to promote the development of new blooms.

Lime Red Queeny Zinnia Planting Information

Planting Method: transplant or direct seed

When to Plant: after last frost

Planting Depth: 1/2″

Seed Spacing: 6"

Row Spacing: 2'

Days to Maturity: 75-85

Disease Resistance: None

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Jason & Brooke Smith

Love the queeny series