Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee&
Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee&
Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee&
Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee&
Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee&

Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Zinnia elegans

These lovely flowers offer beautiful, deep raspberry tinted double blossoms on branching long-stemmed plants that reach 3 1/2 to 4 feet tall. Raspberry Sorbet zinnias are both free flowering and long blooming and the abundant flower heads add glowing color to summer beds and borders. Pick armfuls of these pretty flowers for jewel-toned bouquets all season long; the more you pick, the more flowers will develop. Butterflies seek these beauties out all summer long.
Seed Count: Approx. 94 / Weight: 0.7 g

Cold Winters

Mild Winters


Sow Seeds

Days To Germinate

Mature Height

May – June

April – May

Full sun

2 – 3 in. apart
1/2 in. deep

7 – 10 days

3.5 to 4 feet


Summer/Fall bloom
Frost tender


Sow seeds in well-worked soil in full sun when danger of frost is past and weather is warm and above 50°F (10°C) both day and night. Space seeds 2 to 3 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart, cover about 1/2 inch deep and gently firm soil. Keep soil evenly moist while awaiting germination.


Four weeks before last frost date, sow seeds 1/2 inch deep and 3 inches apart in a container of seed starting mix. Keep warm and moist and provide a strong light source until seedlings are ready to plant outside only when temperatures rise above 50°F (10°C) both day and night.


Space seedlings 8 to 12 inches apart when large enough to handle, giving these large framed plants room to mature and providing good air circulation.


Zinnias grow readily in ordinary garden soil in full sun. For abundant and healthy flowers, thin before seedlings get crowded; adequate spacing and regular, consistent watering helps keep zinnias un-stressed and productive and discourages mildew. For long-lived bouquets, cut flowers in the morning when blossoms first open and petals are tight. Cut long stems well back into the plant to keep plants branching low and producing abundant blooms to attract butterflies and other pollinators.

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