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Zinnia

"Profusion Cherry"

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Single cherry rose blooms are borne just above the dark green foliage. The flowers can be cut and used in informal arrangements. The plants will produce more flowers if cut, and will reward you with flowers all summer long. Plants are carefree, few pests bother these plants. In the full sun garden, plants will reach about 18 inches and spread about 20 inches. Heat and drought tolerant, these zinnia plants are easy to grow.

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Date last revised: 01/05/2010