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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Oklahoma Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

The tall, robust zinnias in the Oklahoma Series produce loads of long-stemmed flowers with uniform blooms all summer long. The rounded flowers come in many bright, pleasing shades and are great for cutting.

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...

Image of Zinnia elegans (PETER PAN SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dwarf Garden Zinnia, Peter Pan Zinnia)

The dwarf garden zinnias in the Peter Pan Series provide continuous flower color in the heat of summer. These bushy, heat-loving annuals are seed-grown and produce fully double to semi-double, medium-sized 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 to frost if the flowers are regularly deadheaded (pruned when spent). In...

Image of Zinnia elegans (RUFFLES SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Garden Zinnia, 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....

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

Maureen Gilmer

(State Fair Zinnia, Tall Garden Zinnia)

The garden zinnia is an erect, bushy, warm-season annual. The seed-grown strains in the State Fair Series produce tall plants that bloom non-stop for months with very large, fully double (extra petals) flowers. 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 will continue to frost if...

Image of Zinnia elegans (Thumbelina Mix) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Garden Zinnia)

Summer-garden stalwarts, zinnias are erect, bushy, showy-flowered annuals of Mexican origin. Zinnias in the Thumbelina Mix bear gaudy single to semi-double blooms on dwarf plants.

Easily grown from seed, these zinnias produce relatively petite, chrysanthemum-shaped blooms in an array of vibrant colors including pink, orange, red, magenta, and white. They are borne singly on short stems atop low, mounded, leafy plants. The butterfly-attracting blooms continue from early summer to frost if regularly...

Image of Zinnia elegans (ZESTY SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tall Garden Zinnia, Zesty Zinnia)

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. They come in a wide array of colors including pink, red, white and yellow.

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...

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Elegant Zinnia, Zinnita 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 haageana photo by: Fleuroselect

Fleuroselect

(Mexican Zinnia)

A lover of sunshine and heat, Mexican zinnia is easy-to-grow, tough and produces lots of golden orange daisies all summer long. This pretty, bushy, warm season annual is a native of Mexico where it thrives in hot and even dry weather.

Mexican zinnia has a low, bushy, erect habit and linear, green leaves. Blooming begins in early summer and will continue to frost if the flowers are regularly deadheaded (cut back when spent). In tropical and subtropical regions it can be planted year round. Its...

Image of Zinnia haageana

All-America Selections

(Mexican Zinnia)

The beautiful Persian carpet mix offers loads of variable double to semi-double, bicolored blooms in shades of gold, orange, dark red and burgundy. The compact, spreading plants are vigorous and will bloom all summer long with good care. This AAS award-winning mix grows well in sunshine, heat and will even withstand periods of drought.

Mexican zinnia has a low, bushy habit and linear, green leaves. Blooming begins in early summer and will continue to frost if the flowers are regularly deadheaded...

Image of Zinnia haageana (Aztec Sunset Mix) photo by: Fleuroselect

Fleuroselect

(Aztec Sunset Mix Mexican Zinnia, Mexican Zinnia)

Awarded the FleuroSelect Gold Medal in 2007, 'Aztec Sunset Mix' is an outstanding collection of double flowering, bicolored plants!A lover of sunshine and heat, Mexican zinnia is easy-to-grow, tough and produces lots of orange or gold-orange daisy-like blossoms all summer long. This pretty little bushy annual is a native of Mexico. The double (extra petals) flowers can be any bicolor combination, such as: orange and red, pale yellow and orange, red and maroon, dark red and white or yellow and red....