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Granbury, TX

August 2, 2010
6:17 AM

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I always thought zinnias were a little tiresome (growing up poor, they were about the only flowers we had). Then many years ago I planted some Firecracker zinnias, which I believed to be the most beautimous cut flowers I'd ever seen! I put them in my memory bank for "someday I'm going to have a cutting garden and it will have Firecracker zinnias!! We travelled with my husband's job so I didn't have opportunity to fulfill my heart's desire to GROW FLOWERS. NOW, I am (hopefully) permanently located and am gardening like crazy. But I can't find Firecracker zinnia seeds. Googling usually finds anything one desires to know, but no Firecracker Zinnia seeds. Help! (And right now, in the heat of the Texas summer, it is still zinnia planting time.)

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