Cosmos Seeds - Sensation Mixture


49 " 63 days. Sensation Mix cosmos seeds grow some of the season's most timeless and familiar blooms. Sensation Mix cosmos seeds are hardy outdoor favorites for growing unique, yet brilliant color for lining the back of the garden or showing off up on the patio. Sensation Mix seeds grow classic 36" cosmos shrubs bursting with neat 2" daisy-like blooms in a mix of rose, white, pink, and magenta. Sensation Mix is easy to grow from seed and known to thrive in a variety of gardens prone to heat, drought, and poor soil across North America. 500 seeds.

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Growing Sensation Mix Cosmos Garden Seeds

Sensation 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. Sensation Mix cosmos is just as popular indoors as out. Germination will take 14 " 21 days in full lighting. Lightly press 4 " 6 Sensation Mix cosmos seeds 24" apart into average, medium dry, and well-drained soil in full sun. Sensation 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. Sensation Mix cosmos has no serious insects, pests, or diseases. Sensation Mix cosmos seeds mature in 49 " 63 days as 36" tall shrubby uprights with a 12 " 24" spread of 2" 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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