The zinnias in our cutting garden (in Rwanda) have begun to bloom this week.
Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day is the 15th day of each month. To see what’s blooming in other garden bloggers’ gardens, check out May Dreams Gardens.
. . . So unguardedly, unthriftily
do they open up and show themselves that subtlety,
rarity, nuance are almost put to shame. . .
— Mona Van Duyn, from “A Bouquet of Zinnias”
13 thoughts on “Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day: zinnias”
Beautiful images.I love growing zinnias.
Lovely, lovely zinnias!
I must grow some this summer.
Happy Bloom Day!
I love zinnias! So cheerful, so carefree. Don’t care what people think of them! 🙂
Hi everyone — thanks for looking in on February Bloom Day!
don’t know if you are using Google Plus, but here’s a link about Rwanda.
Cindy, I love all the different colors of your zinnias. This is one of the few annuals I love to plant in my garden — LOL, must be a reflection of my ‘high prole’ upbringing!
hello, please can you tell me a little about your climate and if it is almost the same as the one in Nigeria, I’ll really like to follow your blog and know more about what I can plant in Nigeria.
Hi, Rwanda is less hot and humid than Nigeria. So we can normally grow tropical plants and plants from the U.S. and Europe. And we have two dry seasons and two wet seasons.
oh great, I should totally be a regular at your little corner of the internet world.
I hope you will!
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