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    • Ashlynn Anderson

      Queen Red Lime zinnia - such a pretty color combination - Annual: a plant that usually germinates, flowers, and dies in a year or season.

    • Candy Hake

      I LOVE this color combo!!! Queen Red Lime Zinnia Seeds and Plants, Annual Flower Seeds at

    • Mikaela Hunt

      Zinnia, Queen Red Lime - Burpee Seeds Exotic and unusual bicolor zinnia. Flowers 2½-3" across are thickly layered with maroon red petals, then crowned with lime green. Vigorous plants grow to 40" high, with long-stemmed, uniformly colored blooms. Use in masses for borders and in fresh bouquets. LifeCycle: Annual Uses: Beds, Borders, Container, Cut Flowers Sun: Full Sun Height: 24-40 inches Spread: 8-14 inches Sowing Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow Bloom Duration: 12 weeks

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