This is a good example of the size difference between the pink and blue morning glories. The pink variety is only about 2/3 the size of the blue. but are much more prolific bloomers—there are 20 pink flowers for every blue. They all shrivel up by 10am so I have to get up early (for me!) to take these photos.
This zinnia came in the same 6-pack as the one in the post below. They were all labeled the same. The colors are similar, but this particular plant has several rows of petals, tending towards the "button" version while the other plant gives only single petal blooms, more like a daisy. You can see from the flowers lower down on the stalk, that as they age, they turn an almost solid orange color.
This is the ninth bloom on the "volunteer" sunflower stalk in the corner of the vegetable garden. Each successive bloom is smaller than the previous one. This blossom is only about 6-inches across.