Cosmos sulphureus is one year old and has a height of 60 to 90 cm. This flower loves full sun, although it tolerates partial shade, it will grow better in full sun.The flowers of this plant are in different colors of yellow, orange, and red, which show a rainbow of colors.Cosmos sulphureus flowers can make bloom from spring to the beginning of the winter season, depending on the type of Cosmos sulphureus height reaches between 30 to 150 cm. The plant star is resistant to heat and disasters and is, therefore, able to grow during droughts and survive in harsh conditions in urban gardens and wild fields. This plant is easily propagated by seeds.Plant the seeds in a protected environment 4-6 weeks before the last spring frost.If you want to plant the seeds outdoors, you can usually do this in the middle of spring when the soil is well warmed.Seed planting depth is less than 0.5 cm and about 3 mm.Seeds can be planted in a light environment such as leaf soil or a mixture of coco peat + perlite or similar light environments.The ideal temperature is 18-25 degrees and it takes about 7 to 21 days for the seeds to germinate.In this interval, it is better to water the seeds by spraying and spraying so that they do not move due to water pressure, but when the seeds are green do not spray water due to the susceptibility of young plants to other fungal diseases. And water these young plants as usual.The flower is about 60-50 days after germination.
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