Learn which plants thrive in your Hardiness Zone with our new interactive map!


By Contributor ; Updated September 21, 2017


Choose a variety below for details and images:

Cactus Flower
Huge, eye-chatching blooms that look spectacular in bouquets.

California Giant Mix
Large, long-lasting flowers in a limitless range of colors.

Canary Bird
Brilliant yellow flowers that look spectacular planted in drifts.

Cut and Come Again
Hot shades for vibrant cutflowers.

Chartreuse flowers, excellent for large planters.

Pastel Sunset
Pastel shade of Cut and Come Again Zinnias.

Peppermint Stick
Tantalizing flowers with no two the same.

Persian Carpet
Very heat and drought tolerant, long blooming, attracts butterflies.

Scarlet Flame
Large scarlet flowers that hold their color throughout the season.

Thumbellina Mix
Tiny, 4" to 6" plants with 1.5" flowers.

White Star
An unusual, small zinnia, perfect for hanging baskets.


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