On a whim, we decided to plant these zinnias in a flower box with a few impatiens.
The selection wasn't great at the time we were purchasing, so we weren't sure if they'd do well.
Theses beauties have really shown off!
And they're so accommodating. My husband took a couple of dried flower heads and just stuck the seeds in the dirt that's in the box, and they sprung up almost immediately.
I'm keeping the seeds and having their "daughters" grow next year because they're good stock.