Large, brightly colored blossoms that are often densely layered make zinnias a sunny summer favorite. Among the easiest flowers to grow, they can be seeded directly into the garden in warmer zones or started indoors in cooler locales. Give them some compost and they’ll continue to produce through the warmest summers. The variety of heirloom zinnias available guarantee a colorful array of shapes and sizes in any garden.
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Beautiful, large flowered strain of Zinnia from one of the oldest German seed companies, Ernst Benary, founded in Erfurt in ...
A real favorite! Compact plants produce colorful blooms from early summer to frost. Button Box Zinnia is perfect at the ...
Exciting chartreuse-green, 3-inch blooms that are very unique. A wonderful Zinnia variety that is always a favorite! (Annual) Planting Instructions: Start seeds ...
Obtained during the 1991 coup from breeders at the Moscow branch of the Vavilov Institute, and grown at Heritage Farm ...
Listed by many companies earlier this century as Mexican Hybrids. This heirloom zinnia has beautiful semi-double flowers with mahogany, orange, ...
Salmon-pink flowers top all zinnias for beauty in the garden. Large, mostly double blooms are superb for cut flower use. ...
A beautiful zinnia, the Red Spider has been mentioned in botanical documents as early as 1801. Single spider-like, bright red, ...
These lovely, large, light purple dahlia-type flowers are perfect by themselves or in mixed bouquets. A real show stopper! (Annual) Planting ...