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Image of Cosmos photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cosmos)

Most know Cosmos for the two common garden-grown bedding annuals, common cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus) and sulphur cosmos (Cosmus sulphureus), which offer lots of colorful daisies in summer. But this genus has approximately 25 species of annuals and herbaceous perennials, most uncultivated. They are naturally found in the meadows and scrub of subtropical and tropical regions across the Americas, particularly in Mexico.

Cosmos species tend to have bushy habits;...

Image of Cosmos atrosanguineus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Chocolate Cosmos)

Native to sunny meadows and open areas of Mexico, this appealing perennial is valued for its long-lasting display of velvety, dark maroon flowers that indeed emit a delicate cocoa scent. Spreading slowly via tuberous roots, it possesses an upright, branching habit and is covered with fresh green, somewhat fern-like foliage. Wiry, burgundy stems support a profusion of lush, chocolate-red flowerheads with slightly darker centers which bloom generously from summer into fall.

Chocolate cosmos prefers...

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...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus

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...

(Common Cosmos, Early Wonder 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...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus

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...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (PSYCHE SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Cosmos, Psyche 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...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (SEASHELLS SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

The eye-catching blossoms of Seashells Series cosmos feature unique, tubular petals, adding a distinctive charm to bouquets and summer gardens. This strain was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of these bushy plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, colorful daisies bloom in shades of white, pink, rose and carmine throughout the summer....

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus

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...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus

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...