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Early flowering with 2.5" soft yellow blooms and a nice compact, well-branched habit, this novelty can be merchandised as a top attraction for borders, bedding, patio and cut flowers. A European garden award winner! Color: Yellow PACKAGING Approximately 70,320 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 66 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 5 - 7 days Weeks indoor: 4 - 5 weeks Plant spread: 10 - 12 inches Plant height: 20-25" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 70-90 days

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Sonata offers the same attractive foliage and lovely single blooms of the larger cosmos but the plants are under 2 feet tall. The mix includes a pristine white, a brilliant carmine red, a rose pink, and a unique bicolor with pink edges and the carmine at the center. A classic summer flower, the foliage is finely cut, and the plants branch out and bloom profusely and continually. 50 seeds PLANTING Cosmos bipinnatus Annual Germination: 7-10 days Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 7

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Early flowering with 2.5" soft yellow blooms and a nice compact, well-branched habit, this novelty can be merchandised as a top attraction for borders, bedding, patio and cut flowers. A European garden award winner! Color: Yellow PACKAGING Approximately 70,320 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 66 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 5 - 7 days Weeks indoor: 4 - 5 weeks Plant spread: 10 - 12 inches Plant height: 20-25" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 70-90 days

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Double Click is well recognized in cut flower circles for it tall plants that produce predominantly double flowers. Although they are late flowering cosmos, the result is worth it. These beauties make lovely additions to mixed arrangements and are a hit for roadside stand and farmers' market. Color: Medium rose PACKAGING Approximately 45,355 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 66 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 5 - 8 days Weeks indoor: 4 - 5 weeks Plant spread: 18 - 24 inches Plant height: 24-36" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 70-90 days

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49 – 63 days. Sonata Mix cosmos seeds grow an effortless and full sun performer perfect for just about any garden in the country. Sonata Mix seeds quickly mature into robust 20 – 24” spreading mounds popularly left trailing from planters, window boxes, or as an elegant border out in the flower bed. Sonata Mix cosmos seeds promise unique daisy-like blooms in a seasonal mix of rose, white, pink, and magenta. Sonata Mix cosmos is tolerant, easy to grow from seed, and an ideal grow for novice, busy, or limited gardeners. 500 seeds. Growing Sonata Mix Cosmos Garden Seeds Taxonomy: Cosmos bipinnatus Other Names: Garden Cosmos, Mexican Aster Seed Type: Annual Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Sonata Mix cosmos seeds are popularly sown outdoors directly after the frost. But for earliest spring blooms, begin seeds indoors 6 – 8 weeks prior and harden off to a sunny place in the garden or decorative planter. Sonata Mix cosmos is just as popular indoors as out. Germination will take 14 – 21 days in full lighting. Days to Maturity: 49 – 63 days Hardiness Zone: 2 – 11 Planting Depth: Lightly press 4 – 6 seeds into soil Plant Spacing: 24” Growth Habit: 20 – 24” tall mounded shrub with a 24 – 36” spread of 2 – 4” daisy-like blooms Soil Preference: Average, medium dry, well-drained Light Preference: Full sun Diseases/Pests/Troubleshooting: Sonata Mix cosmos is a hardy full sun performer known to be low-maintenance and tolerant to heat and drought. Do not overwater because cosmos will suffer in overly saturated and poorly drained gardens. Plants may reseed for next season, but may do so too aggressively to the point where it becomes invasive. Sonata Mix cosmos has no serious insects, pests, or diseases. Color: A mix of rose, white, pink, and magenta blooms Sonata Mix cosmos seeds are popularly sown outdoors directly after the frost. But for earliest spring blooms, begin seeds indoors 6 – 8 weeks prior and harden off to a sunny place in the garden or decorative planter. Sonata Mix cosmos is just as popular indoors as out. Germination will take 14 – 21 days in full lighting. Lightly press 4 – 6 Sonata Mix cosmos seeds 24" apart into average, medium dry, and well-drained soil in full sun. Sonata Mix cosmos is a hardy full sun performer known to be low-maintenance and tolerant to heat and drought. Do not overwater because cosmos will suffer in overly saturated and poorly drained gardens. Plants may reseed for next season, but may do so too aggressively to the point where it becomes invasive. Sonata Mix cosmos has no serious insects, pests, or diseases. Sonata Mix cosmos seeds mature in 49 – 63 days as 20 – 24” tall mounded shrubs with a 24 – 36” spread of 2 – 4” daisy-like blooms. Cosmos bipinnatus, or more commonly known as just Cosmos, is native to the arid and warm climates of Mexico, but has since been naturalized throughout most of the world's similar climates. Cosmos bipinnatus grows so effortlessly in the United States that it is considered an invasive species in several counties from California, Utah, and New Mexico and all the way up and down the Atlantic and Great Lakes states.

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A gorgeous and showy heirloom. A true classic and so easy to grow! Plants can grow 4' - 5' tall with an abundance of flowers. Aside from being beautiful, they are nectar rich and offer forage for many of our pollinator allies! A native Mexican wildflower loved by birds, butterflies, bees and even Monarchs! Non-GMO Seeds Count: 100 Annual Indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost Direct Sow: After last frost Plant Size: 36"-60" Days to Maturity: 60-75 Ornamental Attracts pollinators Drought Tolerant Excellent for cut flowers Growing Tips: Drought tolerant and enjoys heat. When blooming slows, cut plant back to 12" & new growth will emerge. Keep soil moist while seeds are germinating. Transplant seedlings that are being thinned. Tall plants may need to be staked. Apply mulch at base. Grows in poor soil. Easily self seeds. If starting seeds indoors, it is key that your new starts be hardened off. This is a process that requires taking them outside during the day, for a period of time, before they are planted. This acclimates your seedlings to the outside world, meaning the elements like the wind and sun. We do it for several weeks to a month as this strengthens their stems and overall plant structure. Start for a short period of time initially, then graduate to more time each day One week minimum is recommended Bring them inside in the early evening and overnight Keep an eye on them and constantly water them. Make sure they have not blown over.

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CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT PLANTLINGS™ FULFILLMENT & SHIPPING INFORMATION A dwarf cosmos plant variety, very uniform and perfect for high-density planting. The coloring of this Cosmos Casanova Mix includes pink, violet, white and an award-winning unique red. Plants grow to a height 8"-12” with flowers up to 3” across. Please select from either six (6) or twelve (12) LIVE baby cosmos plants — delivered straight from our nursery to your home, ready for transplanting! Plantlings™ 100% Satisfaction Guarantee We want you to be completely satisfied with your Plantlings™ purchase. If you are in any way dissatisfied with your Plantlings™ order, Ferry-Morse will issue you a gift card equal to the value of your Plantlings™ purchase.

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50 days from transplant, 60 days from direct seeding. Unique fluted petals form tubular shell-like flowers in shades of carmine, pink, rose and white. The 36” tall plants have a 24” spread and airy foliage, making it suitable as a stand alone cut, or a fine addition in mixed arrangements. CULTURE Soil temperature: 66 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 5 - 8 days Weeks indoor: 4 - 5 weeks Plant spread: 20 - 24 inches Plant height: 36" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 70-90 days

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Double Click is well recognized in cut flower circles for it tall plants that produce predominantly double flowers. Although they are late flowering cosmos, the result is worth it. These beauties make lovely additions to mixed arrangements and are a hit for roadside stand and farmers' market. Color: Medium rose PACKAGING Approximately 45,355 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 66 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 5 - 8 days Weeks indoor: 4 - 5 weeks Plant spread: 18 - 24 inches Plant height: 24-36" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 70-90 days

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