Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds
Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds
seed sowing instructions in hindi
seed sowing instructions in hindi

Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds

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Cosmos is the best choice for planting because it is low maintenance, easy to grow, and brilliant for picking. It is an annual plant with beautiful, soft, and colorful flowers and long and slender stems. Cosmos grows best in warm and dry climates and blooms from summer to fall. You can easily grow cosmos from seed. It gives a beautiful look to your garden and also helps to attract bees, butterflies, and birds. Buy the best quality Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds Online at the best price from with a Good Germination rate and add colors to your garden.  

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  • Number Of Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds: 100 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Sowing season: Spring, and Summer
  • Sowing method: Seedling transplant/Direct
  • Germination temperature: 15-25°C 
  • Germination Time: 7 to 14 days from sowing
  • Blooming Time: 50-60 days from sowing (summer to fall)

What size grow bag is best for Cosmos?

Cosmos Growing Season In India 

Cosmos prefer warm and dry climates to grow. You can sow cosmos seeds throughout spring (February to March) and summer (April to May). 

How to grow cosmos In Pots 

You can sow the seeds in seedling trays and then transplant them after germination. However, direct sowing in a pot or garden is also good for the cosmos. The best time to sow cosmos seeds is when the soil temperature is around 15-25°C. The size of the pot or grow bag for planting cosmos should be wider and deeper because they have long roots so choose a pot or grow bag at least 9 to 15 inches wide and deep.

Cosmos Bright Light Orange Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a seedling tray and fill it with potting mix, or cocopeat, also you can sow seeds in  coco peat coins. Cosmos seeds are long, thin, and large so they are easy to handle. Sow cosmos seeds ¼ inches deep in the medium. Place the seedling tray in a bright spot until the seeds germinate. Water the soil gently and keep them moist. Cosmos seeds germinate in 7-14 days, they can germinate early or late depending upon growing conditions.

Transplant Cosmos Into Big Pots

You can transplant the cosmos when they have a few true leaves. For transplanting, take a large pot, add potting mix to it, then carefully plant the seedlings in the soil. Keep the soil moist and place the pot in the light. If you sow seeds indoors, you will need to harden off the seedling before transplanting.

Fertilizer For Cosmos 

Since the cosmos is a low-maintenance plant, it does not require any special fertilizer requirements. In addition, too much fertilizer causes the plant to have a lot of leaves but fewer flowers.

Cosmos Care Tips 

Soil - Use moderately moist and well-drained soil that is neutral with a pH of 6.0 to 8.0. However, the cosmos can grow in poor or dry soil. Additionally do not plant in rich soil as it causes flop and tall plants.
Water - Cosmos need daily watering until they are established, and when they are sufficiently large you can water the cosmos weekly or when the soil is dry.
Sunlight - Cosmos thrives in full sunlight and shade does not allow the plant to bloom successfully.
Temperature - The cosmos will not grow well in temperatures below 13 °C and the best temperature for the cosmos to develop is 16–26 °C.
Common pests and diseases - Pests that inhibit cosmos plant growth when they are young and tender are slugs and snails. Bacterial wilt and powdery mildew are diseases that infect the plant. You can use neem oil to repel insects on cosmos plants.

Cosmos Bloom Time 

  • Typically, the cosmos blooms in 50-60 days from sowing, and summer to fall is the time when it flowers.
  • You can cut the cosmos after it is in full bloom and decorate the cosmos flower in a vase, it can stay fresh in water for up to a week.

Pruning Of Cosmos Plant 

  • Pruning is very important to keep the cosmos plants neat and well-shaped or to encourage healthy and new blooms.
  • You can cut off visible spent or discolored or dried flowers on the plant using a pruning tool.
  • If any unhealthy or brown stems appear on the cosmos plant, cut them off carefully.
  • You can prune your cosmos plant every few weeks. 

Cosmos special feature 

  • Common name - Mexican aster, cosmos, cut-leaf cosmos, garden cosmos 
  • Scientific name - Cosmos sulphureus, Cosmos bipinnatus
  • Height - About 6 feet 
  • Level of growing - Easy  


Why is my cosmos dying?

The main reason behind the death of the cosmos is bacterial wilt which is a disease that causes the stem to wilt at the base and then the whole plant becomes infected and finally the root system. You will have to pull and destroy the plant as there is no cure and a new healthy plant has to grow.

Are cosmos poisonous to dogs?

Cosmos is also not safe for dogs, cats, and children.

Can the cosmos come back every year?

Cosmos grows mostly annually and only lasts one growing season so it will not return every year.
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The seeds are good and sprouted fast.