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Raspberry Sorbet Zinnia

 

 

pink zinnia with textures

Last year I grew Zinnias that I purchased from Renee’s Seeds in California and I was thrilled with the size and colour of them.  This year I tried another colour called Raspberry Sorbet.  I am equally as pleased as last year and I wonder what colour I will choose next year.

For this photo I chose Kim Klassen’s texture called Annabelle and another from Joe Olive called Canvas Rose.

I am joining Kim Klassen for Texture Tuesday.   I hope that it is a good day for you.

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Comments

Stephanie said…
Very pretty - so delicate. You used a beautiful texture that fits it perfectly.
The Artful Diva said…
great idea and well executed too! I love zinnias too - perfect for the garden.
Hello Val
The name suits this beautiful pink zinnia.
Judith
Rosemary Aubut said…
This is gorgeous! Looove the softness!
Miriam said…
Yes she is indeed very pretty.
Lorrie Orr said…
What a pretty colour, and a pretty name for this zinnia.
Marilyn said…
These zinnias are so beautiful. I remember them as a child. I think they fell out of favor for a while because they seemed ordinary. I have, however, seen some sensational colors, and I plan to buy seeds next year. For now I'm content with the yellow, orange and red I bought and planted in a pot even if it is a bit late in the season.
I love the Annabelle texture and it's perfect for this photo. Nice editing.
Marilyn said…
I may be duplicating my comment here. Lovely zinnia. Annabelle texture is perfect for this photo. Nice editing.
Love the texture.. thank you for sharing.
Heather said…
Pretty. Never grown zinnias - but I bet they are a good filler. I know they perform really well throughout the season which would be terrific at this time of year when most things are finished in my garden.
Lisa Gordon said…
Valerie, this is really beautiful.
I am quite sure I've not seen a color like this in a zinnia. It really does look like raspberry sorbet!
xo.
Kim, USA said…
Oh my this is very pretty!! Love the color and zinnias is one of my favorite. ^_^ Thanks for the visit.
Katie Jones said…
I'm a new visitor after finding your blog on a different gardening blog titled "A Gardener in Progress." So glad I stopped by. We recently moved to Salt Lake City where drought tolerant plants are a must so I look forward to getting more inspiration from you. My blog is http://WicklessinSeattle.blogspot.com
Zaa said…
Greetings .. Your zinnia is lovely and beautiful photographed for all to see...Good Luck with your next one( Snap Sanp)...I looking for pictures of them too... Have a lovely day ....Hugs
eileeninmd said…
Wow, this is a gorgeous image. I LOVE zinnias. Have a great day!
Ahayes1225 said…
Very nice Zinnia!
Beth said…
Hi Valerie, I like zinnias too, and yours is a lovely color. I enjoyed seeing your texturizing effect - looks great!
Georgianna said…
Hi Val, That's really lovely! And even lovelier since you grew it yourself.

Zinnias are so happy. I never really did much with them but Erin dropped off a few buckets full last week and I've been playing. :)

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