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About Hybrid Cosmos Seeds

Want a lawn or garden that makes the passers-by irresistible to stay to and gawk this summer? Well, then the Cosmos is the best flower for you. Now only with the immense beauty of the flower adorn your space but it will also attract many birds and butterflies which just takes the serenity of your garden to the next level. All this comes with a big plus that is quite easy to grow.

Step 1: From seeds to Planting

Buy different Cosmos flower seeds india online/ at stores. You may start with seeds or transplant Cosmos in a good starting mixture. Plant the hybrid cosmos seeds about ¼ inch deep in well-drained soil about 15 inches apart. Make sure the soil is not too rich. Water once the seeds are sowed in such a way that seeds don’t wash out. They are basically warm weather crop so they can withstand warm and dry weather but water regularly. They can range in height from 18 inches to even a whopping 60 inches. But this will test your patience as it takes up to 7 weeks to first blossom.

Step 2: Choosing the pot/land and soil

There are a wide variety of pots which come in different shapes and sizes. It’s good a container with a drainage hole which prevents damaging the plant in case of over watering. Choosing containers are up to you what you prefer, better keep it quite huge and attractive making flowers stand out , check our terracotta’s/ plastic containers. A container with a drainage hole prevents damaging the plant in case of over watering.

Avoid using soil found near your place as they bloom with a rich potting mix. Check our potting mix which includes compost and fertilizer contents. In case you want to plant it in land choose a position with full sunlight as they don’t tolerate wet beds usually in winters. Till the soil 2-3 times with fertilizer and compost before you sow the seeds into the land. In case you are transplanting place the head of roots underground press gently around so that the plant stands steady. 

Step 3: Watering and taking care

Water the plant every day by keeping the soil moist not wet in the process of growth. Include compost and fertilizer as a potting mix every month. Too rich soil, overwatering and excess fertilizer can lead to less flowering. Eliminate any dead or faded once as it will affect the rest. You can even collect the seed pods when the flowers get dried up for next round of cosmos gardening/potting.

Step 4: Pests and Diseases

Usually, Cosmos are rarely affected by pests and diseases. In case, spray "Neem oil" once in a month.

This fall and summer, make your neighbors’ jealous and include the Cosmos in your humble gardens, it's most certainly worth the minimal effort that this divine flower begs for!

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