Zinnias weren't always the most popular cut flower in the world. In fact, when the Spanish first discovered the Zinnia, they named it "mal de ojos," which simply translates to "Sickness of the eye". But over the decades, Zinnias have risen to the top of the list as one of the most desirable flowers in todays age.
Zinnias come in every color of the rainbow and produce small to large blooms depending on the variety grown. They will attract many beneficial insects such as bumblebees, honeybees and butterflies as well.