- Flower nameZinnia linearis
- Scientific nameZinnia angustifolia
- Aliasホソバヒャクニチソウ, 細葉百日草, Zinnia linearis, Zinnia angustifolia
- Place of originNorth and South America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September
What is Zinnia linearis
Zinnia linearis (scientific name: Zinnia angustifolia) is an annual herb native to North and South America and belongs to the family Asteraceae. The grasses are low in height. Branches are well branched. The leaves are thin, so it is also referred to as a perennial plant. The Latin word linearis means "like a fine line" and is due to its thin leaves. The flowers are single flowers of white, yellow or orange in color.
Zinnia profusion is a horticultural variety that is a cross between Zinnia linearis and Zinnia elegans>.
Common zinnia（scientific name: Zinnia elegans） is a member of this genus.
Common name: Zinnia linearis, scientific name: Zinnia angustifolia, Place of origin: North and South America, Grass height: 15-60 cm, Leaf shape: oval or oblong; corolla: head flower; diameter: 4 cm; bloom: single flower; bloom period: June to September; flower color: white, orange or yellow.