Zinnia "Queen Red Lime", 1,000 Seeds Bulk Packaging

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Like a good ol'-fashioned baker's dozen! If you have 12 or more quantity in your cart, we'll throw in a FREE seed pack of your choice. 24 or more, you get a 2nd FREE! And so on... Let us know which seeds you'd like in the remarks section at check-out.

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We sell out of stock on nearly all of our flower seeds each shipping season, especially those that are unique varieties or popular colors.

To be sure you get your seeds for the current or upcoming planting season, place your order as early as possible. Orders are prioritized based on order date and will be out the door and on the way to your yard within 48 business hours.

Why we love this flower:

  • Uses: Cut flower
  • Garden growth success: Easy

A color blend like no other in the garden, the petals of the Queen Red Lime zinnia includes shades from deep maroon at the base to fresh lime-green around the central cone, with shades of antique rose, vintage pink, and soft chartreuse in between. The flowers are fully double, very freely borne, and long-lasting in the garden or as cuts.

This plant is a tall, well-branched, bushy zinnia, great for the sunny bed and outstanding in large containers. Expect it to reach 27 to 31 inches high and about 2 feet wide, filled with flowering stems from the first hint of summer weather until the last.

The flowers measure 2 to 4 inches wide, arising at the tips of very long, sturdy stems that make them great cuts for the vase. Most will be fully double, absolutely pompon-shaped and packed with tight rows of petals. The occasional outlier will be single, and a few will be semi-double.


    • Common name: Zinnia
    • Variety: Queen Red Lime
    • Life cycle: Annual
    • Structure: Seed
    • Attraction: Butterflies, bees
    • Toxicity: None


    • Fragrance level: None
    • Cut stem length: 18" to 24" inches
    • Bouquet role: Focal
    • Vase life: 3 to 5 days
    • Shipping season: Year round
    • Planting season: Spring, early summer
    • Direct sow: Yes
    • Bloom season: Summer to fall
    • Sun requirements: Full sun
    • Water preference: Average watering, don't overwater
    • Zones: annual
    • Plant height: 27" to 31" inches

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