The Q&A Archives: Flowering Annuals

Question: Can you please tell me how fast does it take for petunias, pansies, and zinnias, to fully mature from a seed?

Answer: I am not exactly sure what you mean by mature, so I hope these time frames are what you need. Annuals Pansies might take between 90 to 120 days to come into bloom (violas would take less, maybe 60 to 70 days), Zinnias take about 90 days, and petunias will vary depending on type but usually reach transplant size in 8 to 10 weeks (under ideal conditions), some being in bloom by then.

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