Crassina Multiflora

Crassina Multiflora Plant Information


Crassina Multiflora grows in the following 6 states:

Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Hawaii

Zinnia peruviana, common name Peruvian zinnia, is an annual flowering plant in the family Asteraceae.

It is native to the West Indies and Latin America, including northern Mexico and the Greater Antilles, and as far south as Paraguay. It is also widely cultivated as an ornamental and is naturalized in many places, among which China, India, Australia, Africa, and the United States, including Hawai'i.
Zinnia peruviana is an annual herb sometimes as much as 100cm (40 inches) tall. Leaves are broadly egg-shaped or lance-shaped, up to 7cm (2.8 inches) long. The plant produces one flower head per flower stalk, each head with 7-21 red or maroon ray florets surrounding 15-20 yellow disc florets.

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