The zinnia is an excellent plant where a low hedge is desired.
In the case of zinnia, it is better to buy these seeds by the ounce.
These zinnia seeds do not have the little prongs, because the zinnia does not need them.
After several years' culture the zinnia has only lately begun to vary in any great degree.
Linnæus gave to this genus the name of zinnia, in honour of Joh.
Nothing could look much less like a garden zinnia than this dry, prickly-looking dwarf shrub.
A zinnia hybrida, which last has not yet been cultivated in England.
zinnia, many colours; one and one-half to two feet; July, August and September.
This was money enough to buy seeds of ageratum, zinnia, dwarf nasturtium, California poppy and verbena besides some others.
She left the papers with Chub, and since the staff seemed busy, she went on home and started weeding the zinnia bed.
genus of herbs of the aster family, 1767, from Modern Latin (Linnæus, 1763), named for German botanist Johann Gottfried Zinn (1729-1759).