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Old April 12, 2018   #9
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did you let the seed heads completely ripen before harvesting and saving the seeds? if you saved them too soon they may have failed to finish hardening off. just a thought. I had someone tell me she saved all the zinnia seeds from the flowers she picked, but none of them ever sprouted for her. she was always so disappointed and had to go buy seeds every spring. or depending on the variety you could have a sterile (non seed setting) variety. I think there are a couple varieties that don't really set seed. they may look like it but they aren't viable seeds. triploids?
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