<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'
<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'
<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'
<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'
<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'
<i>Cosmos bipinnatus</i> 'Rubenza'

Cosmos bipinnatus 'Rubenza'

The flowers of 'Rubenza' emerge from bud a deep, velvety red, but as they age, the colour lightens gradually to...

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June Week 1

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Posh bedding

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Sowing half hardy annuals

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