If you’re looking for a fast and low-maintenance flower to add a riot of color to your garden beds, consider growing zinnias. Their brightly colored, often densely layered blossoms last late into the season making them a summertime favorite.
Zinnias are well suited for containers and window boxes or planted at the front of a garden bed.
Zinnia flowers grow easily from seed and are available in a colorful array of shapes and sizes. Vibrant blossoms are also highly attractive to songbirds, butterflies and pollinators. Plant a smorgasbord of colors and watch your flower gardens come to life.
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Zinnias have bright, solitary, daisy-like flower heads on a single, erect stem. The most common zinnia is “dahlia-flowered” and grows up to three feet. Other types are “cactus-flowered.”
Zinnia flowers are actually an herb that belongs to the aster family. They are named after the German botanist Johann Gottfried Zinn. There are both annual and perennial zinnia plants.
These originally came from Mexico and are notable for their single, long-stemmed flowers that are available in a variety of different colors.
These popular garden flowers are available in more than 100 different varieties. They have leaves that are opposite and usually they dont have a stalk. The leaves range in shape from linear to ovate and in color from pale to middle green.
Their flowers also come in a variety of appearances including a single row of petals and a dome shape.