10.12.10

Zinnias


I wont mind finding myself sleeping on this bed of zinnias.

Zinnias are colorful flowers that grow in many varieties and form, single, semi-double, double, and multiple layer . They're strong and easy to care. They're easy to grow, too. Just pick a dry flower, you find the seeds in the middle of it. Scatter them on the area where you want them to grow. After many days, you'll find little shoots with 2 tiny leaves coming out. I'm not sure how they do in a non-tropical place. But I know they grow best under full sunshine.

A beautiful flower begins its life in the dirt.
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12 comments:

  1. I never had much luck with Zinnias. You must have done something right, as these are truly beautiful.

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  2. Beautiful flowers. The mosaic is great.

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  3. Gorgeous zinnias, Gardener. What a beautiful sight seeing them on such a large area.
    Your mosaic is lovely.

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  4. I wouldn't mind, either! This is so beautiful!

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  5. A stunning mosaic and such cheery colors, well done.

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  6. I love the pink zinnias because they look fat and strong

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  7. That's gorgeous!

    daffodils

    I am now your follower.

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  8. Wow, such a gorgeous collection of Zinnias.

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  9. I love these flowers, they're lovely yet tough .. very beautiful..
    Flowers For Sat here

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  10. I wouldn't mind either to find myself sleeping on this bed of zinnias, they beautiful :)

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  11. I love zinnias.. my Daddy always planted them in the vegetable garden to bloom along side of the tomatoes and peas.. I still plant them in the vegetable garden each year.. I also scatter l;ast years blooms in buckets and bare patches to give beauty all around the yard.. Have a great day!
    Patsy

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  12. Lindo mosaico! Cores vibrantes e maravilhosas!

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