Spending time in the greenhouse and the garden has been incredibly grounding lately. We just finished sowing dozens of different varieties of tender annuals, including a ton of new celosia, cosmos, nasturtiums, and strawflowers. Envisioning all the beauty that will eventually bloom in the field later this year has been so helpful. One of the varieties I can’t wait to welcome back is a staple of the cut flower garden: zinnias.
Zinnias are one of the easiest cut flowers to cultivate, which makes them a perfect first crop for beginning growers. They are reliable and prolific, and they come in a rainbow of colors. These cheerful blooms are a must-grow for any flower lover.