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, Seeds as Bird Food Other: Attracts Bees, Birds & Butterflies ~~!! Cosmos bipinnatus is considered a half-hardy annual, although plants may re-appear via self-sowing for several years.
The cultivated varieties appear in shades of pink and purple as well as white. Its foliage is finely-cut into threadlike segments. When flowering, the plant can become top heavy. This problem is alleviated when grown in groups, as the bi-pinnate leaves interlock, and the colony supports itself.
Cosmos Dwarf Red Flower Seeds
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
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
Flower Zinnia Giant Dahlia Flowered Scarlet Seeds
Days to Bloom: 75 to 90 Non-GMO, easy to grow and hand packed by David’s Garden Seeds High yield of long, sturdy stems with 4 to 6 inch, single, semi-double/double flowers Vigorous plants hold up well in summer heat and rain Guaranteed minimum germination rate: 70%