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Cosmos plants are tough, self-supporting, heavy blooming & easy to maintain. Dwarf Cosmos are bushy and compact. They grow in pots, beds, or borders. Flowers are brightly colored, long blooming, excellent cut, and attract butterflies.
Unanimously voted a Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner! Due to an exciting breakthrough, cosmos are now available in a unique soft buttery yellow color. Xanthos quickly covers itself in 2 1/2 inch single flowers on uniformly compact, 24 inch tall by 16 inch wide plants. Blooms in just 70 days from seed, producing flowers throughout the warm season. Outstanding for sunny borders and pots.
Dark red, well shaped flowers on compact, branching, 24 to 30 inch tall plants. An excellent Cosmos for containers. A Fleuroselect Novelty Award winner for 2016.
Flowering in as little as 8-12 weeks from seed, the Cosimo series is one of the first cosmos to come into bloom. The heavy flowering, 18-24 inch tall plants produce impressive masses of flowers that are excellent for cutting. Flowers all summer long in garden beds or containers. All 3 'Cosimo' Cosmos varieties have been designated as Fleuroselect Approved Novelties..
Early-flowering blooms in a dynamic blend of white flowers with pink picotee edges and pink blooms streaked with white. Flowers in as little as 8-12 weeks from seed, one of the first cosmos to bloom. Heavy flowering, 18-24 inch tall plants produce impressive masses of flowers that are excellent for cutting.
Deep purple-red flowers.
Semi-double pink and white bicolor flowers with a dainty central collar of smaller petals.
Purple-red flowers with white accents.
Heavy blooming, dwarf 2 foot tall plants are covered in large 2.5-3 inch flowers with gently frilled petal tips. They bloom from late spring into early autumn. Extremely heat tolerant and versatile, 'Sonata' cosmos are excellent for planting in containers, adding to cut flower gardens, edging paths, massing in beds, or blending in borders.
An excellent formula mix of the four Sonata colors listed above; white, pink with dark eye, lavender pink, and magenta.
Highly colorful magenta flowers.
Pristine white flowers.
Luscious lavender pink flowers.
Particularly appealing, soft-pink flower petals blushed darker at the base.
Each 'Pop Socks' Cosmos plant produces remarkable single, semi-double, and anemone shaped flowers all season. 'Knee high' varieties, they grow 24-28 inches tall.
Perfect pink flowers.
Stunning white flowers.
'Rubenza' cosmos flowers open a dark ruby-red and transition into beautiful deep rose shades as the flowers age. Flowers are darker than 'Dazzler' cosmos. Rubenza's bright 2.5-3 inch flowers make a strong visual impact in the landscape and are also excellent for cutting. Grows 24-36 inches tall.
We did a double take when we first discovered these free-blooming, 4 foot tall flower machines. The large, frilly, semi-double to fully double flowers are excellent for cutting and will provide vases full of fun from summer until frost.
Pure white flowers.
A formula Cosmos mix featuring flowers in shades of rosy-red, rosy-lavender, and white.
Large 3-4 inch daisies with yellow centers in summer and fall. Heavy blooming, self-cleaning 4-5 foot tall plants.
Grows to 4-5 feet tall.
Showy rose and red striped flowers against a blush-white background. No two blooms are exactly alike. Grows to 3-4 feet tall.
Pale pink petals shade to beautiful rosy-pink toward the center of the flower. Heavy blooming, self-cleaning 4-5 foot plants.
Tough 4 foot tall annuals produce an endless supply of deep carmine red, 4 inch single daisies with yellow centers. Blooms in summer and fall.
Beautiful, showy rosy-pink flowers have a contrasting crimson eye and yellow center. Heavy blooming, 4-5 foot tall plants.
One of the most beautiful of all cosmos - it has pure white 3-inch flowers edged with shades of rich rosy-red. A wonderful soft-colored background plant that grows to 4-feet tall.
Heavy-blooming 4-5 foot tall plants produce large, 4 inch white flowers.
A striking heirloom Cosmos, 'Radiance' freely produces deep rose flowers with red-purple eyes. Plants grow 4-5 feet tall.
Frilly, scalloped, semi-double and single, 3-4 inch flowers with golden eyes cover the lush, bushy 4-5 foot tall plants. The 'Psyche' series contains some of the most beautiful cosmos we have seen.
A formula mix of crimson, rich lavender pink, and white flowers.
Pure white flowers with golden eyes.
Tall, 36-40 inch plants produce a wealth of 4 inch flowers on long, strong stems. 'Versailles' cosmos make superb cut flowers.
Striking, long necked, 4 inch flowers with bright red complexions and yellow hearts. They beg to be cut.
Impressive white flowers blushing rose. Lovely for cutting.
Unusual large fluted blossoms in a broad range of colors, including both solids and bicolors. An exquisite cut flower-it adds pizzazz to any garden bouquet. Grows to 4-feet tall.
Semi-double flowers in shades of scarlet-orange, orange, and yellow. Blooms attract butterflies. Easy to grow plants reach 16-24 inches tall.
Brilliant, semi-double 2.5 inch flowers in shades of scarlet-orange, golden-orange, gold, and yellow. They are excellent for cutting, and butterflies love them. Grows 3-4 feet tall. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 350 seeds.
Twelve to twenty inch tall plants produce masses of brilliant, 2 inch double and semi-double flowers all summer long.
Brilliant orange flowers. An All-America Selections Winner.
A formula mix of orange, red, and yellow flowers.
Sow Cosmos seed in cell packs or flats 4-6 weeks before transplanting into the garden. Kept at 70-85° F., germination averages 14-21 days. Can direct sow into prepared seed beds after all danger of frost in rows, thin to 12-18 inches apart. Less efficient but easier: Scatter seeds. Rake seeds into soil and keep area moist until germination.
Growing Cosmos: Full sun. Tolerates heat, drought, and poor soil. More flowers with moderate water in soils of average fertility. Excellent cut flower, will last 7-10 days when blooms are cut as petals unfold, will fully open in vase. Cosmos plants attract birds and butterflies and usually self-sow.