Zinnias typically aren’t well-suited for the indoor environment; however, if you’re interested in trying your hand at indoor zinnias, click to learn more.
There is such a dizzying array of zinnia varieties that it’s almost difficult to decide what zinnia to plant. To help you decide, the following article discusses different zinnia plant types and how to incorporate them into the landscape. Click here for more info.
Zinnias in pots can look just as lovely, if not more so, than those planted in beds. Zinnias are colorful additions to any flower garden - they’re great for cutting, they are easy to grow and start from seed - so they make a great choice for container gardening. Learn more here.
Some zinnia plants grow so tall that gardeners wonder about staking. Do zinnias need to be staked? Click the following article for information about zinnia plant staking and types of support for zinnia flowers in the garden.
Easy to plant with long-lasting color, you should consider growing creeping zinnia (Zinnia angustifolia) in your flower beds and borders this year. What’s so special about it? Click on the following article for more information.
If you are looking for brilliantly colored flowers that spill over the edge of containers, consider growing Mexican zinnia, which blooms in bright colors all season long. For more information about Mexican zinnia flowers and tips on plant care, click here.
Many gardeners have fond memories of zinnias, and they are once again gaining popularity among a new generation of home growers. Zinnia flower varieties come in a wide range of colors, sizes, and shapes. Click this article to learn more.
Zinnias are known for their cheerful mix of colors, but did you know that there is such a thing as lime green zinnia flowers, and those with hints of rose? Queen Lime cultivars produce stunning blooms and are just as easy to grow as any other type of zinnia. Learn more here.
Zinnia flowers are a colorful and long-lasting addition to the flower garden. When you learn how to plant zinnias for your area, you'll be able to add this popular annual to sunny areas. Click here for more info.