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Z Is For Zinnia

I've been to the Toronto Zoo so many times, but do you think I have one photo?? Nope.
So we talk about my favorite flower.
Zinnia.

A flower that comes in many colors and shapes.
Often gets mistaken for a mum or daisy.

Oh, but a zinnia is a little fuller and larger.

To me, one of the most beautiful ever!

So what is your favorite flower??

Alphabe Thursday



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  1. I like flowers, but I do not know many of their names. Zinnias are pretty. I will sometimes buy them in the fall, but I didn't this year. :( I would love to go to the zoo again. Knoxville has a nice one, but we haven't been in many years. Maybe next spring, we can squeeze in trip so I can take photos. Great 'Z' post. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Beautiful zinnia photo for 'Z' and thanks for coming by ~ carol, xxx

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  3. Great letter Z...I enjoy the Gerber Daisy, but they've been scarce this past summer. Thanks for visiting me♫♪

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  4. I love zinnias, too. They are gorgeous!

    =)

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  5. I love zinnias, but didn't plant any this year because last year they took over my little garden.

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  6. Pick a favorite flower... Hmmmm... How about all of them? (((winkwink)))

    Zinnias are gorgeous...

    Zephyr Lilies are delightful too...

    Thanks for linking to the letter "Z" - Stay zesty!

    A+

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