This Mexican native is not really a zinnia, but it looks enough like one to fool most people. Grows only 4–6 in. high but spreads or trails to 1 1/2 ft. or wider. Leaves are like miniature (to 2-in.-long) zinnia leaves. Flowers are nearly 1 in. wide, with bright yellow or orange rays around a dark purple-brown center. Blooms from midsummer until frost.
Flowering cabbage and flowering kale grow 2 to 3 ft. tall, have big edible leaves in white, purple, ro...
Mexican native related to California poppy (Eschscholzia). Bushy, open grower 2 to 3 ft. high...
From Mexico. Easy-to-grow, summer-fruiting tomato relative known botanically as Physalis ixocarpa