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I am looking for recommendations for zinnias in our area since there are so many types! If they all do well, that's great, but sometimes it seems they could get pretty mildewed in our humidity. I'd be interested in something looking like the Benary's Giant type or Magellan (not sure, for example, if some of the shorter types have stems that are too short for being good cut flowers). Any suggestions appreciated - thanks!