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Old 1 Week Ago   #61
SpookyShoe
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Zany Rose Picotee zinnia.
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That is a beautiful color combination. It will be some time before zinnias arrive in my area, and I'd love to sneak a pack home with me. I just started a few cells of last night, with more to follow this weekend. Last year, after everything else had given up, the few remaining zinnias that I hadn't pulled were covered with butterflies that remained during the crazy long spell of fall warm weather.



RJ, Last year I made a large seed purchase of those same Zinnia varieties for my garden club. You should check out Harris Seed prices. They have periodic free shipping offers.


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