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Big Zinnia White Plant

Big Zinnia White Plant

 Big Zinnias (White) Plant are one of the easiest flowers to grow, as they grow quickly and bloom heavily. Zinnia flowers can create a massive burst of color in your garden, so consider trying them this year!

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Purchase Description

  • Big Zinnia (White) Plant
  • Product Material : Natural Plant With Pot , Quantity : 1
  • Pot : Height : 5 Inches (13 cm), Pot Colour : Black (Plastic)
  • Very easy to maintain and Suitable for gifting to Plant Lovers

Description        

The plant that attracts most of the butterflies and insects around it because of the simple yet elegant beauty is the Zinnia Plant. Due to its beautiful texture and varying soothing colors it is often considered wise to grow it in indoor gardens. So, one can also find Big Zinnia Plants online at affordable ranges and of good quality!

Plant Specifications:

Plant Height

15 cm

Plant Spread

10-12 cm

Big Zinnia Plant Facts:

  • The flowers of the plant appears in various colors and textures
  • The bloom in around 60-70 days from seeds
  • It is a fast growing, heat-tolerant and a tall plant

Plant Details:

Flower Color

White

Flower size

small

Common Name

Zinnia elegans, youth-and-age, common zinnia, elegant zinna, Benary’s Giant

Leaf Color

Green

Leaf Shape

Elliptical

Leaf Arrangement

Opposite

Maximum Reachable Height

24 inches

Plant Fragrance

Strong aroma

Visual Beauty

Attractive

Bloom Time

Summer

Growing difficulty level

Easy to grow

Big Zinnia Plant Benefits:

  • The plant is widely used for ornamental and decorative purposes in nurseries and indoor gardens
  • The plant is rich in nutrients and is therefore edible but seeds should be removed before eating
  • They are also planted in hanging baskets in offices and corporate organizations

 Plant Care Information:

Optimum Growth Temperature

10-15 ℃

Optimum Soil Requirement

Moist, Fertile Soil

Optimum Light Requirement

Full bright sunlight

Container Specifications

Well drained Pot

Watering Requirements

Moderate watering is required

Fertilizing Requirements

Organic fertilizers

Plant Care Instructions:

Planting: 

  • Although the plant can grow well in indoor environment, but it is advised that the plant should be grown in the area which receives proper sunlight

 Fertilizing:        

  • To reduce the toxic contents of fertilizers, it should be mixed with water whenever applied    
  • Try to use organic fertilizers to ensure no chemical degrades plant quality

Watering Tip: 

  • To keep the plant intact, watering should be done when the plant container or soil has dried

Seasonal Watering Requirement:

  • Watering frequency should be regulated. It should be done more often during summers and springs
  • Watering Frequency should be gradually reduced during winters and rainy seasons

 Sowing Tip:

  • Make sure that the plant receives full natural bright sunlight and proper humidity to avoid slowing down its germination

Since the plant blooms in around 2 months from its seeds and provides a beautiful look in the house gardens, nurseries and lawns therefore, it should be grown in indoor households and in nurseries. If you wish to establish a home garden quickly then have a look at the Big Zinnia online collection.

Plant Description

Zinnias are annuals, so they’ll grow for one season and produce seeds, but the original plant will not come back in subsequent years. They have bright, solitary, daisy-like flowerheads on a single, erect stem, which makes them great for use as a cutting flower or as food for butterflies.

There are three main kinds of zinnia flowers: singlesemidouble, or double. The distinction between these forms comes from the number of rows of petals and whether or not the center of the flower is visible:

  • Single-flowered zinnias have a single row of petals and a visible center.
  • Double-flowered zinnias have numerous rows of petals and their centers are not visible.
  • Semidouble-flowered zinnias are somewhere in-between, with numerous rows of petals but visible centers.

In addition to these forms, zinnia flowers come in a number of shapes, including “beehive,” “button,” and “cactus.” There’s really a zinnia for every garden!

Plant zinnias in an annual or mixed border garden. Smaller zinnias are suitable for edging, window boxes, or other containers.

PLANTING

WHEN TO PLANT ZINNIAS

  • It’s recommended that you grow zinnia from seed right in the garden bed, as they do not like to be transplanted as nursery plants and do not often thrive. From seed, they will grow very quickly in the right conditions.
  • Zinnias are sensitive to frost, so do not seed until the last frost has passed. See your local frost dates.
  • Zinnias will grow in a minimum daytime temperature of about 60°F (16°C), though a range of 74–84°F (23–28°C) is preferred.
  • Sow a round of seeds every week or so for several weeks to extend the flowering period.

CHOOSING AND PREPARING A PLANTING SITE

  • Choosing a location that gets full sun is essential.
  • Zinnias are adaptable, but the ideal soil is rich in organic matter and well-drained.
  • Soil pH should be between 5.5 and 7.5. 
  • If soil is amended with compost, the flowers will grow more quickly. Learn more about soil amendments and preparing soil for planting.
  • HOW TO PLANT ZINNIAS

  • Space plants 4 to 24 inches apart, depending on variety. (Many common varieties are planted 6 inches apart within the row and 2 feet in between rows.) See back of seed packet for variety-specific advice.
  • Sow zinnia seeds only ¼-inch deep.
  • You’ll see zinnia seedlings in only 4 to 7 days for most varieties, though it will be anywhere from several weeks to a couple months before blooms appear (depending on planting site and climate).
  • When seedlings reach three inches tall, thin them so that they’re 6 to 18 inches apart to maximize air circulation. This reduces the chance of powdery mildew developing.
  • CARE

    HOW TO CARE FOR ZINNIAS

  • Maintain moderate soil moisture and fertilize lightly to maximize growth and blooms.
  • After zinnias flower, cut off the old flowers (a process called “deadheading”) to encourage more flowers to form.
  • Zinnias are annuals and will die with the first fall frost. If you want them to reseed, let the last flowers of the season mature fully and scatter their seeds.
  • PESTS/DISEASES

  • Bacterial and fungal spots, powdery mildew, and bacterial wilt may affect zinnias. Minimize wetting of foliage and space plants properly to avoid disease.
  • Caterpillars, mealybugs, and spider mites also cause problems. Some leaf damage is not an issue, so avoid spraying unless there’s a true infestation.
  • Luckily, zinnias are deer-resistant, so they might help keep nearby flowers from being eaten.
  • HARVEST/STORAGE

  • Zinnias generally take 60 to 70 days from seed to flower (though it depends on conditions). They work great in a flower bouquet!
  • RECOMMENDED VARIETIES

  • Get a full-size flower on a compact plant with cultivars of the Dreamland Series. Dwarf and compact, these zinnias have fully double flowerheads, up to 4 inches across in a wide color range; stems are 8–12 inches tall.
  • The Thumbelina Series cultivars are dwarf and spreading, with single or semi-double, weather-resistant flowerheads in many colors. Their petals are 1-¼ inch across and stems grow up to 6 inches long.
  • The State Fair Series are the biggest and tallest of them all, with large, double flowerheads that are 3 inches across. Stems grow to 30 inches tall.
  • WIT & WISDOM

  • The small, narrow-leaf zinnias work well in hanging baskets and make for nice dried flowers, too.
  • It’s said that zinnias symbolize thoughts of absent friends. Learn about more flower meanings here.

  • Disclaimer: The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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