Cosmos Bipinnatus Sensation Flower Mix - 30 Seeds

The Dirty Gardener

$ 1.80 

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Plant type: FlowerSun exposure: Full SunSoil type: LoamyFlower color: Red, Pink, Orange, WhiteBloom time: Summer, FallPlantingIf you want a head start, you can plant cosmos indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last spring frost in trays or pots with a good seed-starting mixture. Seedlings grow fast, so move them into 5-inch pots as soon as they're 3 or 4 inches tall.Plant seeds in moist, well-drained soil about 1/4-inch deep and 12-18 inches apart after the danger of frost has passed. You can also plant transplants instead of seeds. They also like soil that is not too rich.They can tolerate warm, dry weather.Depending on the type of flower, cosmos can grow anywhere between 18-60 inches tall.If you are growing cosmos from seeds, be mindful that it takes about 7 weeks to first bloom. After that, though, your flowers should continue to bloom until the next frost.Harvest/StorageTo harvest more seeds, remember to leave a few flowers on the plant because they will self-seed.You can cut the flowers off anytime after blooming, but it's best to pick some right when the petals have opened.If you cut the blossoms on good stems when they first open, they'll last more than a week in water.

  • This bright and showy flower is loved the whole world over
  • Cosmos provide color all season long
  • Thrives in almost any climate and soil condition
  • Grows up to 6 feet tall and needs full sun
  • This mix features solid pink, white, maroon and starburst pink colors

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