Cosmos bipinnatus

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Name: Cosmos bipinnatus
First reported Aug 15 2014 - Updated Aug 15 2014 - 1 reports

Plant some of these 'drought warriors'

Knowing that this summer and its drought conditions were going to be challenging, I decided that my garden and I were going to make the best of it! First and foremost, I have been careful to see that our water “allotments” are concentrated on our trees, ... [Published Hanford Sentinel - Aug 15 2014]
First reported Aug 06 2014 - Updated Aug 06 2014 - 1 reports

DOT planting paints Cullowhee roadside

Two species of cosmos – Cosmos sulphureus and Cosmos bipinnatus – line N.C. 107 in this photo taken Aug. 5. This view is looking north toward Cullowhee Valley School with hues of orange, pink, red and white dotting the roadside.Across from the cosmos ... [Published Sylva Herald & Ruralite - Aug 06 2014]
First reported Aug 03 2014 - Updated Aug 03 2014 - 1 reports

Garden Cameos: Annuals to grow easily from seed

I love my perennial border. However, to make it come alive toward the end of the summer, I have a few annuals that I plant to fill in holes here and there.Some of the perennials have already bloomed, and since I want continuous color, I use these annuals ... [Published Spartanburg Herald-Journal - Aug 03 2014]

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Plant some of these 'drought warriors' [Published Hanford Sentinel - Aug 15 2014]
DOT planting paints Cullowhee roadside [Published Sylva Herald & Ruralite - Aug 06 2014]
Garden Cameos: Annuals to grow easily from seed [Published Spartanburg Herald-Journal - Aug 03 2014]
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