Golden Cosmos

    Cosmos sulphureus
is a composite annual closely resembling its relative Cosmos and it too comes from Central America. The difference between them is the shorter stem (60-70 cm) and the colours of the flowers which cover a span from yellow to orange. It is a firm easy to grow cut flower. Read further under Cosmos!

Sow on open field when the soil has warmed up in Maj, or pre-grow indoors and set out after the risk of frost is over. Distance between plants is 30 cm.

SEEDS: 110-120 seeds/g
Yellow-Prange Flower, organic seeds
Temporarily unavailable
Sunset. Has warm yellow and orange colours. One portion sows 5 m, A portion contains about 50 seeds.

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