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Image of Corydalis flavula photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Yellow Fumewort)

Native to moist open woods and rocky slopes of eastern and central North America, this annual bears clusters of pale yellow flowers in spring above overwintering rosettes of lacy divided blue-green leaves. Deployed on upright or sprawling, calf-high stems, the flowers have a gaping mouth and a relatively short down-curved spur. They give rise to small pod-like capsules containing round shiny black seeds that are distributed by ants. Plants will self-sow where happy. This spring ephemeral disappears...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Common Cosmos, Mexican Aster)

Common cosmos is a tall, bushy, annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. This showy species has yielded numerous cultivars throughout the years and has become a beautiful and well-known standby of summer gardens around the world.

Like many annuals, this favorite garden flower grows quickly from seed. Its branched stems are lined with feathery, finely divided, light to medium green leaves that are attractive in and of themselves. A profusion of showy daisies top the stems throughout...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Cosmos, Early Wonder Mix Cosmos)

Common cosmos is a tall, bushy, annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. This showy species has yielded numerous cultivars throughout the years and has become a beautiful and well-known standby of summer gardens around the world.

Like many annuals, this favorite garden flower grows quickly from seed. Its branched stems are lined with feathery, finely divided, light to medium green leaves that are attractive in and of themselves. A profusion of showy daisies top the stems throughout...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Cosmos, Psyche Mix Cosmos)

Common cosmos is a tall, bushy, annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. This showy species has yielded numerous cultivars throughout the years and has become a beautiful and well-known standby of summer gardens around the world.

Like many annuals, this favorite garden flower grows quickly from seed. Its branched stems are lined with feathery, finely divided, light to medium green leaves that are attractive in and of themselves. A profusion of showy daisies top the stems throughout...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

Comprising a range of colors from the popular Sensation Series, this cosmos mixture offers multitudes of big, single, rosy-toned daisies on bushy, carefree plants throughout the summer. This strain was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is notable for its earlier flowering habit.

Growing quickly from seed, the tall, many-branched stems of these plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

This distinctive cosmos stands out with its large, two-toned daisies of white to pale pink edged in rich raspberry red. A member of the popular Sensation Series, it was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico.

Growing quickly from seed, the tall, many-branched stems of these plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the summer. They are composed...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos, Sonata Carmine)

‘Sonata Carmine’ displays large, deep magenta daisies atop dwarf, bushy plants throughout the summer. A member of the Sonata Series, it was developed from a showy annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is much shorter in stature than typical of the species.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of this cosmos are densely lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the...

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Felder Rushing

(Common Cosmos, Sonata Mix Cosmos)

Comprising a mixture of colors from the low-growing Sonata Series, these cosmos display large, colorful daisies atop dwarf, bushy plants throughout the summer. This strain was developed from a showy annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is much shorter in stature than typical of the species.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of these plants are densely lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

The large, pastel daisies of ‘Sonata Pink’ are displayed atop dwarf, bushy plants throughout the summer. A member of the Sonata Series, it was developed from a showy annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is much shorter in stature than typical of the species.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of this cosmos are densely lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

The large, pristine daisies of ‘Sonata White’ gleam atop dwarf, bushy plants throughout the summer. A member of the Sonata Series, it was developed from a showy annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is much shorter in stature than typical of the species.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of this cosmos are densely lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the summer....