Zinnias is getting a little R&R this week I preparation for some big events coming up‼️ Exciting things ahead starting April 11-14 🙌🏻 Stay tuned for more details to come #springiscoming#zinnias#somethingnew
Zinnias - we took this bunch to our local community garden for them to sell again. I’m devastated as my zinnias are starting to get powdery mildew from all this rain. Hopefully we get another flower from them. I forgot to save the seeds. 🙈 #zinnias#flowers#homegrown#grownfromseed
Nice to meet you! I love watching seedlings emerge. I so want a cut flower garden this year, so I have started some zinnias. I may have bought several packs of various varieties to try! #seedlings#farmlife#flowers#bns_flowers #zinnias
In the space of exactly one week the zinnias have gone from nice seed shells to 2 leaved beauties. Roots were already on show at the bottom of the coir pellets so I’ve potted them on. So excited to see these flower. #zinnia#zinnias#flower#instaflower
I think zinnias can be overlooked. They're a true work horse in the garden. The more you cut, the more blooms you get. Pollinators love them too, from bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Zinnias come in so many beautiful colors. I strongly suggest giving Queen Red Lime a try for a truly unique zinnia. They're heat tolerant and can been sown directly into your garden after the last frost.
Little seedlings. I’ve gone a little crazy, a bit like these little fellas, and bought way more seeds than I think I’ll ever grow this year but it’s just too tempting! I really did enjoy growing my own sweet peas, cosmos and sweet williams last year so I’ve expanded my growing patch just a little. No way am I a flower grower, just a pottering florist that hopes they don’t die off. 😉🌱🌱🌱
Can we just appreciate how beautiful the world is. I mean, just look at this monarch butterfly. So delicate. So beautiful. I’m hoping to capture some more photos like these as the weather warms up. #monarchbutterfly#zinnias#canadiangrownflowers