Zinnias are a Fall flower here in Minnesota. With cooler night time temperatures their colors become vibrant.
Nothin’ prettier than a Zinnia in September!
Happy Fall yall! I hope you have Zinnias blooming near you!
So pretty, aren't they? Great color. Happy Fall to you, too!
So Beautiful. I must plant some next year. My mother always planted Zinnias.
They are such a beautiful flower. I am surprised I don't see more of them in my neighborhood. both my grandmothers always had Zinnias in their gardens.
Oh they sure are pretty. Hug B
No, I don't have any blooming near me, but dahlias in the next door neighbor's yard make up for it! :-)
Mine are starting to die away and I once again forgot to plant a second batch. Next year! They are right at the top of my favorites.
Beautiful, ours is the mum.
You know they are my favorite. My sunflowers are starting to lean over trying to land on my zinnia bed. They sprayed for mosquitoes last night so I might be able to get out there late this afternoon.
Zinnias definitely say, "Fall" in this area, too. They are hardy bloomers.
Beautiful photos! I too love zinnias.
These are gorgeous!
Morning, love that color of Zinna, mine is a giant this year, wow!!!!! Blessings Francine.
I have that same colour, so striking against the dark green!
I don't have zinnias and I don't see many here. My Mom used to have zinnias.
Hello there, my first visit to your blog!Love zinnia's the colour is lovely, just right for the Autumn / Fall.All the best Jan
The orange zinnias are so pretty! It has been so terribly dry here that the zinnias look diseased and awful.
I love those and the mums that bloom this time of year!!!!
Very pretty ! Lovely photos . My Marigolds are still thriving and all bright and orange and are huge now lol ! It has been lovely here in southwestern Ontario warm sun and cool breezes with bright blue sky's . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !
My zinnias were lovely in September up until the lowering sun caused the garden patch to be mostly in shade and the nighttime temps dropped into the 40's. Now the flowers are refusing to open their eyes any more.
I have two rows of Zinnias that have bloomed and bloomed and now look rather tattered and tired. Mine are over five feet tall and I'm thinking next year I'll look for seeds for shorter ones. These ended up needing propping up.
And isn't that just the perfect color for fall?!
No, I don't. But I'll pretend that orange one is blooming outside my patio door. ;)
Beautiful flowers - grandpa plants several rows in his garden - they are spectacular!
I love zinnias...the work horse of the cutting garden! Beautiful pictures of them! Happy Fall to you too!
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