Zinnia Elegans ‘Oklahoma Pink’
Years Trialed: 1996
Long stems (2); Color (2); Productive (2); Large flowers (2); Good postharvest (2); Reasonable vase life if supplemented with flora life. The best variety of the series for number of stems.; Very little Xanthomonas. Sturdy plants, especially late in season (late August).; Prolonged production,; Strong plant.
Flowers small (3); Short stems (2); Damping off in the cell packs prevalent if overwatered even once. Also a big draw for thrips in the greenhouse. Disease resistance low. No marketable flowers.; Color and flower size not uniform. Some single (smaller) flowers. Early growth produced weak stems.; Mildew – anthracnose.
|Yield (stems/plant)||Stem Length (inches)||Market Appreciation Rating¹||Repeat Again Rating¹||Ease of Cultivation Rating¹|
¹1 to 5 scale, with 5 being the best. Market ratings are based on sales to wholesalers, retailers, or final consumers direct.
1444 Larson St.
Sycamore, IL 60178