I love Zinnias.
They are easy to start from seed. They grow slow and steady, and they make great cut flowers – what’s not to love?
One plant yields quite a few flowers over the course of the summer – cut them and they keep coming back until colder nights settle in…
Start them in mid spring and transplant out once warm enough…around here it’s usually June to mid-June.
They start to flower in early August and are perfect for bringing indoors.
I hope you are able to bring a little of the outdoors, in.
Stay well. Be well.
I hope you plant some next spring.
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Hi Lynnn! Nice to see you here. (:
I didn’t grow any flowers this year.
Awe. I lost quite a few flowers this year due to the dry weather. Always a sad sight! Though, my poppies were amazing and were in full bloom before the drought. And my sunflowers are doing exceptionally this year too! (:
Hoping you get to grow flowers next year. (: