Today's zinnias are descended from Zinnia elegans, native zinnias found in Mexico and the southern United States. Heirloom seeds, sometimes called heritage seeds, produce offspring true to parent
Zinnia flowers (Zinnia elegans) are a colorful and long lasting addition to the flower garden. When you learn how to plant zinnias for your area, you'll be able to add this popular annual to sunny areas that benefit from their perky blooms.
How to Grow and Care for Zinnias in Containers Intro: Zinnias are beautiful flowers that are great for butterfly gardens.Zinnia flowers come in white, light green, yellow, orange, red and purple. There are many different Zinnia species, but the most common is Z. elegans.Zinnias have different flower petal arrangements - some have a single row of flower petals, while others have multiple rows
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Zinnias come in a wide variety of flower shapes with stars, daisies, dahlias, spiders, buttons, domes, and quill-leaf cactus shapes. Within those shapes, there are also singles, semi-doubles and doubles.
Zinnias are one of the easiest and colorful annual flowers for your summer garden! View Burpee's selection of Zinnias: www.burpee.com/zinnias