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Can you please id these 2 plants? I am not sure if the 2nd one has dropped it's petals or it blooms in this way but it was in this condition when I bought it from the nursery. Strangely, the guy at the nursery was not sure but he thinks it is a Dianthus.
 
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The first plant is a Garden Zinnia (Zinnia elegans or hybrid) in the Sunflower Tribe (Heliantheae) of the Daisy Family (Asteraceae).

The second plant is indeed a Pink (Dianthus hybrid) in the Pink Family (Caryophyllaceae).
The flower in the picture has lost some petals. Normally Pinks wil l have five petals, unless they are a double form.
 
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The first plant is a Garden Zinnia (Zinnia elegans or hybrid) in the Sunflower Tribe (Heliantheae) of the Daisy Family (Asteraceae).

The second plant is indeed a Pink (Dianthus hybrid) in the Pink Family (Caryophyllaceae).
The flower in the picture has lost some petals. Normally Pinks wil l have five petals, unless they are a double form.
Thanks Marck
 
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The first plant is a Garden Zinnia (Zinnia elegans or hybrid) in the Sunflower Tribe (Heliantheae) of the Daisy Family (Asteraceae).

The second plant is indeed a Pink (Dianthus hybrid) in the Pink Family (Caryophyllaceae).
The flower in the picture has lost some petals. Normally Pinks wil l have five petals, unless they are a double form.
Just realized that the Zinnia Profusion Red Yellow Bicolor is a 2021 GOLD MEDAL AAS Flower Winner!


I am glad I got this one :love:
 
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The Dianthus has bloomed 4 flowers and the flowers remained bloomed for the 4th day now.
 

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