There's nothing like the color of zinnias in late summer. And, zinnia plants provide a range of benefits, both functional and aesthetic, in the garden. These lovely flowers are adept at attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies, promoting the health of other crops in the garden, as well as support the overall health of the local ecosystem. Zinnias are relatively easy to grow and require minimal maintenance. They are tolerant of heat and drought and can thrive in a range of soil types. And, of course, they're simply beautiful. Buy zinnia seeds once, then save the flower heads off this year's crop for next year's garden.
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