Cosmos Plants – Xanthos

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or purple tones. Cosmos: Lots of new types that retain old-fashioned looks. ‘Cupcake’ in white or pink has a deep cup shape. Pale yellows are now found in ‘L.

A European garden award-winner, “Xanthos” offers 2-1/2 inch blooms on a compact, well-branching dark green plant that grows from 10 to 24 inches tall. The flower shape is classic cosmos, and the plant.

Cosmos are a great addition to any sunny garden. They do well in regular soil that is well-drained, and are tolerant of drought conditions. Place in full sun about 1-1.5′ apart.

Cosmos makes beautiful cut flowers. Because cosmos is easy to grow and the seeds are large and easy to handle, it is a good choice for a children’s garden.

Description. The world has been waiting for a summer-flowering yellow Cosmos, and here it is! Adding an exciting new colour to the Cosmos palette, Xanthos (meaning yellow in Greek) produces exceptional, branching plants with a heavy supply of 5cm (2") blooms from May right through to October.

An amazing new cosmos which is dwarf, early flowering, unique and a soft, stunning yellow colour with lighter edges. It is ideally suited for the patio, decking, terrace and also a true eye-catcher in the border.

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Cosmos xanthos growing herbaceous of the genus Cosmos also known as Cosmos bipinnatus Sonata or Mexican aster, Cosmos xanthos perennial evergreen or annual plant, used as ornamental plant and cut flower and attract pollinators and also drought tolerant, can grow in mediterranean, desert, subtropical, temperate, tropic climate and growing in hardiness zone 10b+ as perennial and 4+ as annual.

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