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Jesse Saylor

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Ruffles Pink Zinnia)

No sunny summer flower garden is complete without the sure color of tall garden zinnias. The zinnia is an erect, bushy annual that originates from Mexico. It naturally inhabits open grasslands and it adapted to high heat. Its beauty and ease of growth helped it gain popularity as a garden annual in the early Nineteenth Century, and by 1858 the first double-flowered cultivar was introduced. Since then, hundreds of unique cultivars have been developed.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant....

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Jesse Saylor

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Ruffles Yellow Zinnia)

No sunny summer flower garden is complete without the sure color of tall garden zinnias. The zinnia is an erect, bushy annual that originates from Mexico. It naturally inhabits open grasslands and it adapted to high heat. Its beauty and ease of growth helped it gain popularity as a garden annual in the early Nineteenth Century, and by 1858 the first double-flowered cultivar was introduced. Since then, hundreds of unique cultivars have been developed.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant....

(Elegant Zinnia, Scarlet and Yellow Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

Bearing large colorful blooms on compact plants, Swizzle Series zinnias are bushy warm-season annuals that descend from the Mexican native Zinnia grandiflora. Easily grown from seed, these plants produce enormous, many-petaled, bicolored blooms on upright calf-high stems. Bloom continues from late spring through summer if plants are deadheaded. Cultivars in the series include 'Cherry and Ivory', with rose-red, white-tipped petals; and 'Scarlet and Yellow', with bright red, gold-tipped petals....

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James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Scarlet Ruffles Zinnia)

No sunny summer flower garden is complete without the sure color of tall garden zinnias. The zinnia is an erect, bushy annual that originates from Mexico. It naturally inhabits open grasslands and it adapted to high heat. Its beauty and ease of growth helped it gain popularity as a garden annual in the early Nineteenth Century, and by 1858 the first double-flowered cultivar was introduced. Since then, hundreds of unique cultivars have been developed.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant....

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James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia, Zesty Pink Zinnia)

The colorful 'Zesty Pink' zinnia lends cool pink color to sunny flower gardens. The compact, well-branched zinnias in the Zesty Series have fully double blooms and provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. These bushy, heat-loving annuals are seed-grown and produce large blooms non-stop for months.

Warm weather is a must for zinnias. Their seeds germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will continue...

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James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia, Zesty Scarlet Zinnia)

The colorful 'Zesty Scarlet' zinnia lends rich orange-red color to sunny flower gardens. The compact, well-branched zinnias in the Zesty Series have fully double blooms and provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. These bushy, heat-loving annuals are seed-grown and produce large blooms non-stop for months.

Warm weather is a must for zinnias. Their seeds germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and...

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James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia, Zesty White Zinnia)

The pretty 'Zesty White' zinnia lends bright, neutral color to sunny flower gardens. The compact, well-branched zinnias in the Zesty Series have fully double blooms and provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. These bushy, heat-loving annuals are seed-grown and produce large blooms non-stop for months.

Warm weather is a must for zinnias. Their seeds germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will...

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Mark A. Miller

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia, Zesty Yellow Zinnia)

The sunny 'Zesty Yellow' zinnia lends bright, lemon yellow color to sunny flower gardens. The compact, well-branched zinnias in the Zesty Series have fully double blooms and provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. These bushy, heat-loving annuals are seed-grown and produce large blooms non-stop for months.

Warm weather is a must for zinnias. Their seeds germinate readily in warm garden soil, so they are easily planted outdoors. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Zinnita Orange Zinnia)

No sunny summer flower garden is complete without the sure color of tall garden zinnias. The zinnia is an erect, bushy annual that originates from Mexico. It naturally inhabits open grasslands and it adapted to high heat. Its beauty and ease of growth helped it gain popularity as a garden annual in the early Nineteenth Century, and by 1858 the first double-flowered cultivar was introduced. Since then, hundreds of unique cultivars have been developed.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant....

Image of Zinnia elegans

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Zinnita Rose Zinnia)

No sunny summer flower garden is complete without the sure color of tall garden zinnias. The zinnia is an erect, bushy annual that originates from Mexico. It naturally inhabits open grasslands and it adapted to high heat. Its beauty and ease of growth helped it gain popularity as a garden annual in the early Nineteenth Century, and by 1858 the first double-flowered cultivar was introduced. Since then, hundreds of unique cultivars have been developed.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant....