Re: Transplanting Cosmos

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Posted by Newt on August 26, 2003 at 22:02:31:

In Reply to: Transplanting Cosmos posted by Shaun on August 25, 2003 at 07:18:02:

: I was wondering how to transplant a cosmos into a smaller pot for the winter. Do I pull it out, do I cut it and put it in water for the roots to grow?

Hi Shaun,
None of the above. Cosmos is an annual flower and will go to seed when it's done blooming and die. Annuals live their life cycle in one year. If you are growing this as a houseplant then you may not get seeds. If you do get seeds, collect the seeds and plant again in the spring.


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