Startling, glowing white, huge blossoms sway in the breeze attracting pollinators. See video HERE
Single snow-white flowers, with lovely ferny foliage, to lighten the dark areas of a cottage garden. Regular dead heading will encourage continuous flowering from summer into late autumn. The ferny foliage on this variety is graced by the flowers up to 10cm (4″) in diameter on plants that grow to about 76cm (30″ – 60″) tall. A vigorous, versatile and resilient wildflower, adaptable to both Sun and partial Shade
How to Plant & Grow Cosmos Flowers from Seeds: This Mexico native is one of the simplest flowers to grow, and they are suitable for all zones, reseeding themselves easily. They can thrive in average to poor soil, and they are tolerant of dry conditions. Scatter cosmos seeds outdoors after there is no longer a danger for frost. Seeds can be covered ¼ inch since they do not need light to germinate. Germination will usually occur in just 3 to 5 days, but it can take up to 2 weeks.
Once started, require virtually no attention.