Cosmos – Dwarf Red · Botanical Name: Cosmos bipinnatus · Type: Flower · Color: red · Cycle: Annual · Origin: Introduced · Height: 12-24″ · Germination Time: 7-21 Days · Planting Season: Spring and Fall · Bloom Season: Spring-Fall Dwarf plants with arresting scarlet to orange-scarlet flowers. Under dry and sunny conditions, most flowers are scarlet, whilst in opposite conditions they change to orange-red shades. Cosmos are a native to Mexico. This flower loves full sun. It works great for cut flowers and is a good container plant. The birds like eating the seeds of this flower. These do best if planted and then watered until established. Once established these flowers do not need as much water.
Blue Wave Petunia 10 Seeds Annual
Petunia ‘Blue Wave’: Bred for garden performance, this trailing annual is capable of spreading its vigorous stems 3 to 4 feet in one growing season. This plant is covered with trumpet-shaped, velvety blue blooms throughout the growing season. In a container, ‘Blue Wave’ will trail and flower in spite of hot, dry growing conditions. On
Cosmos White Dwarf Flower Seeds
Common Name Cosmos Dwarf White Botanical Name Cosmos bipinnatus Cycle Annual Bloom Time Spring & Fall Color White Light Requirements Mostly Sun Estimated Mature Height 12-24 inches tall Soil Moisture Wide Range Soil Type Wide Range Germination Time 7-21 Days Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Suggested Uses Showy & Cut Flowers,
Cosmos Daydream Flower Seeds
Daydream Cosmos Daydream is native to Mexico and needs full sun. It is a blend of light and dark, radiant purple blooms. It perfects for cut flower and is good container plant. It does not like extremely rich soil, if fertilized they will often grow too tall and not be able to stabilize themselves. Product