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Image of Zinnia elegans

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Elegant Zinnia, Garden Zinnia, Zinnita Scarlet 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 White 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 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....

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James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia, Zowie Yellow Flame Zinnia)

The tall garden zinnia is an erect, yet bushy, warm season annual that will add sizzle to your flower garden. The cultivar 'Zowie Yellow Flame' boasts huge, bicolored, semi-double daisies with flame-colored petals of deep orange-red with golden tips. This 2006 All-America Selections winner was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company and is also ideal for large container plantings.

The tall zinnia is a warm season plant. It germinates readily in warm garden soil, so it is easily planted outdoors....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Benary's Giant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

The garden zinnia is an erect, bushy, warm-season annual. The seed-grown strains in the Benary’s Giant Series produce tall plants that bloom non-stop for months with very large, fully double flowers with lots of tightly backed petals. These come in a range of colors from yellow through orange to pink, red and purple.

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...

Image of Zinnia elegans (BLUE POINT SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Blue Point Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

The classic, tall Blue Point zinnias produce arm loads of large, dahlia-flowered blooms. These cut and come again warm season annuals are high-performing, long-stemmed and some of the best for cutting gardens. They were developed by the German seed company, Benary, and come in bright colors such as lilac purple, yellow, orange, rose, red, pink and white.

Blue Point zinnias have large, uniform, fully double blooms that are round and have flattened petals. Blooming begins in late spring to...

(Tall Garden Zinnia)

Summer-garden stalwarts, tall zinnias are erect, bushy, showy-flowered annuals of Mexican origin. Zinnias in the Cut and Come Again Mix bear gaudy double blooms on tall strong stems.

Easily grown from seed, these zinnias produce large, chrysanthemum-shaped blooms in an array of vibrant colors including pink, scarlet, yellow, salmon, and white. They are borne singly on long stems that rise above the leafy plants. The butterfly-attracting blooms continue from early summer to frost if plants are...

Image of Zinnia elegans (DREAMLAND SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Elegant Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

The super compact zinnias the Dreamland Series are produce loads of large flowers through summer. These reliable high performers tolerate harsh weather conditions and become covered with blooms only eight weeks after sowing. Because their stems are short, they are grown strictly as bedding annuals rather than cut flowers.

Dreamland zinnias have large, uniform, fully double blooms that are round and have flattened petals. Blooming normally begins in early summer and will continue to frost if the...

Image of Zinnia elegans (LILLIPUT GEM SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Dwarf Garden Zinnia, Lilliput Gem Zinnia)

The compact, but long-stemmed, zinnias in the Lilliput Gem series produce large, fully double blooms that are round and have flattened petals. They were developed by the German seed company, Benary, and come in bright colors such as lilac purple, yellow, orange, rose, red, pink and white. Blooming begins in late spring to early summer and will continue to frost if the flowers are regularly cut or deadheaded (pruned when spent). They are very desirable to butterflies and bees and single blooms remain...

Image of Zinnia elegans (MAGELLAN SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Garden Zinnia, Magellan Zinnia)

These dwarf garden zinnias are high performers that will provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. Garden zinnias are bushy, heat-loving annuals that are seed-grown. Cultivars in the Magellan Series produce short plants that bloom non-stop for months with very large, fully to semi-double flowers with lots of tightly backed petals.

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...