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Flower identification - Zinnia

 
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I have a habit of purchasing too many seeds.  By the end of fall or spring, I just start broadcasting wherever.  

I know I planted this flower but I have no idea what it is.   This picture has no filter and was not doctored.  In the sun it literally glows.  If I can figure out what it is I will plant it again.  

Anyone know what it is?
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Zinnia. Beautiful.
 
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Thanks, guys.  I know that is a common flower.  I've heard it often enough just never planted them.  


Thanks, again.

Regards, Scott
 
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