Parks Zinderella Zinnia Seed Collection

Park's Zinderella Zinnia Seed Collection

A collection of award winning blooms!


Seeds
Item # 26966
Available to ship.
$15.95
The Zinderella family of Zinnias burst onto the scene when Peach won Europe's Fleuroselect Novelty Award for its unique color and very unusual flower form. Known as scabiosa blooms for their resemblance to Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa), these double blooms are eye-catching from way down the street, and boast so many layers of petals they are often as "tall" as they are wide! This collection includes every color of Zinderella Zinnia you could possibly want in order to have a rainbow of color in your garden!

Zinnia Zinderella Peach offers big crested pompon blooms of bright peach with a delicate cream "halo" around the central eye. Reaching 2 to 3 inches wide, these blooms boast a pompon of tightly-clustered short petals above a skirt of longer, daisy-like petals. During warm days and warm nights, you will see 10-15-20% single flowers. When day and night temperatures differ, double blooms will appear!

Zinnia Zinderella Lilac offers big crested pompon blooms of bright lilac with a delicate cream "halo" around the central eye. Reaching 2 to 3 inches wide, these blooms boast a pompon of tightly-clustered short petals above a skirt of longer, daisy-like petals.

Zinderella Red Zinnia Seeds offers big crested pompon blooms of bright scarlet with a delicate cream "halo" around the central eye. Zinderella is long-lasting in garden or vase. The blooms attract pollinators and "good bugs" that can help repel pests from vegetable crops and other flowering varieties, so scatter your Zinnias where you like -- they help the whole garden!

Zinderella Orange Zinnia Seeds offers big crested pompon blooms of bright tangerine with hints of deep gold and a delicate cream "halo" around the central eye. It grows in a flash and blooms heavily.

Zinderella Purple Zinnia Seeds are a magnificent shade of fuchsia-lilac, simply radiating tropical brilliance in the summer sun. A "cut-and-come-again" annual, it sets new buds as soon as the old flowers are cut or deadheaded, so it repeats reliably all summer.