Cosmos Roots

About Cosmos

Cosmos are annual flowers with colorful, daisy-like flowers that sit atop long, slender stems. Blooming throughout the summer months, they attract birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. They make an attractive garden showpiece and are perfect for cut flowers!

When to Plant Cosmos Roots

Plant in the Spring, after the threat of frost has passed. Cosmos roots can be grown as a perennial in Zones 7 and warmer.

Where to Plant Cosmos Roots

Plant in fertile, well-draining soil that gets exposure to Full Sun, as they thrive in bright, sunny areas. These cosmos are often planted in containers or along borders.

How to Plant Cosmos Roots

Plant in fertile, well-draining soil that gets exposure to Full Sun, as they thrive in bright, sunny areas. These cosmos are often planted in containers or along borders.

How to Care for Cosmos

Water deeply once a week, and allow the soil to dry out between waterings. Overwatering can cause damage to your Cosmos roots. They also benefit from deadheading as soon as your flowers die. In climates warm enough for Cosmos to grow as perennials, they should be mulched heavily in winter months. Cosmos grown in containers should be brought indoors during the winter.

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