Large 4- to 6-inch double white blooms are produced on long strong stems on this summer-loving annual for sunny, dry locations. Increased resistance to powdery mildew—the bane of zinnias—is a huge plus. Plant this zinnia toward the back of the flower bed so the 4-foot height does not overwhelm smaller growing annuals. Recommended for cut flower production with great vase life. Pollinators love the nectar/pollen while songbirds can't leave the seeds alone.
May - June, July - August, September - October
Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies