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zinnia

Fringe medicine
An essence which, in the pseudoscience of flower essence therapy, is said to induce a childlike sense of playfulness.
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Zinnia Lewis, 73, from Cardiff who "always goes the extra mile".
Normally Zinnias are at their best in long, hot, dry summers - hence their normally less than stunning displays in Britain.
But, some of the zinnia plants aboard the floating laboratory pulled through due to cooperation between the astronauts and the ground team at Kennedy.
Zinnia said: "Our heating bills will be very low, but the thick walls also create something beautiful as well as warmth and security.
Cosmos and zinnias are good choices too; they're great for cutting, and the old-fashioned annuals attract beneficial insects.
Senior writer Lauren Swezey made a strong case for Zinnia peruviana, a subtle flower that is almost as pretty dried as fresh--and can be dried right on the plant.
Sunny Red' cosmos, Zinnia linearis 'Orange Star' and 'White Star', and 'Azure' annual statice.
VAN NUYS - Zinnia Guzman, a Van Nuys High School freshman, remembers learning songs and math - but not phonics - in elementary school.
There's a special section on plants that attract birds - among them fuchsia, pineapple sage, red salvia, zinnia, honeysuckle and trumpet vines.
HERALDED IN catalogs as an annual that provides continuous bloom until first frost, the flamboyant zinnia sounds like a gardener's best friend.
Zinnia Domingo-Perez, leading the opening ceremony.
Zinnia Queeny Lime Orange caused one judge to comment, "(I) absolutely LOVE this color