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Cosmos 'Dazzler' has large, open buttercup-like flowers of carmine pink with delicate, feathery foliage. An absolute must.
Cosmos last 10 days in the vase, produce at least two buckets of cut flowers a week from a 1 x 1m patch and do so from late June until November - so that’s nearly fifty buckets of flowers in one season from a small patch. They are impossible to beat.
- Perfect for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects
|Variety||bipinnatus ‘Dazzler'||Type:||Half-hardy annual|
|Sowing:||Sow undercover in March - April or direct sow in May.|
|Site:||Full sun, prefers alkaline soil||Height:||120cm (47in)||Spread:||50cm (20in)||Care tips:||Pinch out tips to encourage bushier plants. May need staking.||Flowers:||❀ June - November (12-14 weeks from sowing). This is a cut-and-come-again variety.||For the vase:||Last 7-10 days, no conditioning needed.|