"Profusion White" Zinnia (144764 bytes)

"Profusion White" Zinnia

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AAS Gold Medal Flower Award Winner

'Profusion White' captured the AAS Gold Medal as a breeding breakthrough due to the ease of growing and length of the flowering season.  This is the only white Zinnia with 2 inch single daisy-like flowers and proven disease resistance.  The plant resists powdery mildew allowing 'Profusion White' to flower profusely in the fall when other zinnias deteriorate from mildew.  'Profusion White' plants fill flowerbeds, spreading 12 to 24 inches in a full sun garden.  No pinching or pruning is needed. 'Profusion White' plants are capable of producing a masterful display of white blooms from early spring through fall with minimal"hands on"garden care.

Photo: Judy Sedbrook

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Date last revised: 01/05/2010