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  • noun Plural form of zinnia.

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Examples

  • Some hardy flowers, such as zinnias and marigolds, stood clumped about dooryards; in the kitchen gardens tasseled corn rose tall, dust thick on the guttered blades.

    Trail's End

  • A border area of attractive plants, such as zinnias or some other lush flower or vegetation can be planted around the edge of the garden to attract and hold grasshoppers.

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  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

  • The flowers I remember from growing up were old-fashioned summer flowers: marigolds, zinnias, calendula, gladiolus, nasturtium, hollyhocks.

    2009 May

  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

  • Nor I do suppose that the intentions of a designer, intelligent or otherwise, are among the causally sufficient conditions that good historical narratives would appeal to in order to explain why a certain kind of creature has the phenotypic traits it does (saving, of course, cases like Granny and her zinnias.)

    Against Darwinism

  • I'm thrilled walking around my neighborhood and seeing tomato plants and corn stalk where last year there were marigolds and zinnias, but you don't need a vegetable patch to get kids involved.

    Rozanne Gold: Something to Chew On: Cooking as a New Teen Sport

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