1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006

cosmos ‘Sonata’

Cosmos bipinnatus

Cosmos bipinnatus ia an heirloom garden classic, cosmos ‘Sonata’ flowers open in shades of violet, white over fine, ferny foliage. Cosmos is a wonderful self-seeder, and will wind its way through your garden from year to year. Just pull the plants that come up where you don’t want them!

Cosmos sulphureus is a yellow, orange and red-orange mix. Self-seeding, heat and drought tolerant.

An excellent plant for creating predatory insect habitat in the garden. In addition to attracting butterflies and other pollinators, cosmos will encourage hoverflies, parasitic mini-wasps, lacewings, spiders, minute pirate bugs, damsel bugs and big-eyed bugs to take up residence in your garden.