Swizzle™ Cherry and Ivory Zinnia Seeds

Swizzle™ Cherry and Ivory Zinnia Seeds

4-inch flowers on plants just a foot high and wide

Item # 02139-PK-P1
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Genus Zinnia
Species elegans
Variety Swizzle™ Cherry & Ivory
Item Form (P) Pkt of 15 seeds
Bloom Start to End Early Summer - Late Summer
Habit Compact
Seeds Per Pack 15
Plant Height 10 in - 12 in
Plant Width 10 in - 12 in
Bloom Size 3 in - 4 in
Additional Characteristics Double Blooms, Flower
Bloom Color Multi-Color, Rose, White
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Beds, Cut Flowers, Ornamental, Outdoor

Review Summary
(Based on 5 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


3 star rating
pretty but small plant
orchidjewels from ID wrote on August 25, 2015

I didn't get very many blooms. Also, they succumbed to the two-spotted spider mites early in the season where my other zinnias did well. The blooms are large compared to the plant size. I may try them again.

5 star rating
Love the Swizzle Cherry and Ivory Zinnia!
Kerry from VA wrote on July 14, 2013

I grew these from seed and they very easy to grow. I love how compact they are and are covered with awesome flowers that are long lasting.

5 star rating
Great for the Aerogarden Machines.
Corinne from MA wrote on April 13, 2013

Pros: Big Beautiful Flowers. Height Compatible with the Aerogarden Classic Machines. Fast Germination and Growth. Long lasting Flowers. Great for outdoor & patio as well! My favorite! Cons: none at all

5 star rating
beautiful and easy
Tina Jandreau from ME wrote on November 22, 2012

used in a very sunny front border and did not have to fuss at all. Many compliments on the color and compactness of this plant. Worth the investment love the fact that you do not see this plant often around Maine don't know why but I love having things that are different than the neighbors

5 star rating
Awesome Blooms on a Compact Zinnea
David K from SC wrote on July 07, 2012

I've grown this annual from seed for the past few years and really love how it looks in the front of a garden bed. It has heavy, long-lasting blooms and doesn't appear to be to fussed about poor soil, heat or humidity - making it a perfect fit for a full sun, somewhat dry place in my Southeast garden. Unlike most other zinnias, this has a compact habit that stays looking nice throughout the Summer.

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