Zinnia: Our Favorite Flowers
This sun-quenching, undemanding annual is ideal for beginner gardeners.
Use zinnias in your garden for color from early summer to the first hard frost. Choose a winning cultivar from the Profusion series, or opt for an inexpensive packet of seeds of the mixed varieties.
Scent up your garden with these fragrant flowers.
Add color and versatility to your summer garden container.
This perennial offers a double-whammy of pretty flowers and a heady, vanilla scent.
Charm your garden with these beautiful specimens.
Take off with these rocket-shaped flowers.
These lobster claw shaped blooms are sure to attract attention in your garden.
Learn where to grow the very popular azalea, a stalwart of spring, from HGTV.
Butterflies (and hummingbirds!) love to visit this vigorous flowering shrub.
These bright daisy-like blooms are the stars of the late summer and fall garden.
Celebrate summer by planting a mix of zinnia flowers you can pick and plunk into vases.