Zinnia 'Oklahoma Pink'

Zinnia 'Oklahoma Pink'


Zinnia 'Oklahoma Pink'
Zinnia elegans

If I was to grow one pink summer flower, this would be it. These Oklahoma Pink zinnias are basically like candy pops. So cute. Oklahoma is a prolific bloomer producing large pompon flowers on long sturdy stems. I heart this variety alongside Oklahoma Salmon.

Plant type: Annual
Height: 88cm
Location: Full Sun.
Days to maturity: 75-90 days
Spacing: 20cm apart
Seeds per packet: approx. 100

We start seeds indoors around mid September, 6 weeks before the last frost and plant them out once the chance of the last frost has passed. Zinnias need warmth to germinate, so direct seeding should only being attempted once the soil has warmed up.

Surprisingly, Zinnias are quite drought hardy and given there is enough goodness in the soil, can survive on minimum watering. However, remember, they, as all plants, love water, so the more you can give the better.

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