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Cosmos Seeds

Cosmos flowers are a great choice for any garden, and are typically found in cottage gardens. These half hardy annual plants have daisy like flowers and come in a variety of colours and heights with single, semi-double or double blooms. Cut flowers can be used for displays around the home. Growing cosmo flowers from seed is pretty easy and straight forward. Simply sow cosmos seeds in a light, sunny position in April to May. Seedlings should appear in 1 week. When the plants are established, they may benefit from being deadheaded to encourage new growth.
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