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Creeping zinnia is so useful in so many different parts of the landscape. With its miniature orange or yellow daisy-like blooms on a spreading mat of crisp, clean green foliage, it's wonderful to use in the fronts of beds and borders to give them a casual, sprawling feel. Or use it in containers where it can spill over the edges. Also try it in rock gardens or along sunny drives and sidewalks, where it will shine since it likes hot, dry conditions as it sprawls and softens hardscape.
Creeping zinnias thrive in rock gardens and sites with extremely well-drained soil, making them an ideal partner for succulent plants such as moss rose.Pansy
Pair creeping zinnia with a coordinating bicolor pansy (dark purple with orange or yellow) in a container near the entryway to wow visitors in spring and early summer or fall.Zinnia
Creeping zinnia resembles its namesake in foliage and flower, but the spreading form is a delightful contrast to the upright zinnias.