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Profusion Mix Zinnia


We grew this lively mix in the front beds of our old farmhouse porch and discovered it is one impressive zinnia, forming mounds of continuous color that were adored by the butterflies. A short, mounding, self branching type, and starts flowering about  9 weeks from seed. The flowers are around 2 “, in the vibrant colors of red, cherry, orange, and white. Grows 14-18” and is great to use for the edge of pathways, mass plantings, or in containers. Tolerates heat, humidity, and has resistant to powdery mildew.  Profusions' performance is truly outstanding!  

20 seeds

Profusion Mix Zinnia


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Robin R.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Profusion Mix Zinnias

Excellent experience ordering from Pinetree. Love these multicolored zinnias that stay small enough for front borders and edges of raised vegetable beds.

Linda G.
United States United States
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Lovely zinnia!

they germinated quickly and are enjoying life in front of my sister's house. She is thrilled!

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Dana B.
United States United States
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Profusion Zinnias

Haven’t planted them yet this year. Last year I planted them about this time, rather late. I planted the seeds directly in the ground and true to it’s name I had a beautiful profusion of multicolored zinnias. They lasted for a long time. I love them!

Hannah D.
United States
I depend on Pinetree

Just receved the Zinnia seeds. Shipping and packing was fine and fast. Haven't planted them yet - not yet the time. I love Pinetree seeds - have ordered for years. Great Varieties - reasonable prices.I have a 600 sq. ft. mixed flower and veggie garden in East Texas. I can usually find varieties that do well here, and plenty of varieties to experiment with.