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Cosmos 'Razzmatazz Series'

40 plus 20 FREE plug plants

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40 + 20 FREE £24.99
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Buy Cosmos 'Razzmatazz Series' 40 plus 20 FREE plug plants: Masses of bright flowers all summer

  • Position: full sun to light shade
  • Soil: moderately fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average to fast-growing
  • Flowering period: May to the first frosts
  • Hardiness: half hardy annual

    Please note: Once these bedding plants have been ordered, we are not able to cancel or amend the order.

    Yellow-eyed daisy-like flowers, which have a soft spiky appearance, top upright stems throughout the summer, putting on an impressive display in the border (or large pots). They come in a range of colours, from white to deep pink - with picotees as well - so will mix easily with a whole host of colours. A generous bloomer, the flowers can be cut for the vase and this will encourage more to form.

    Grown in individual plug cells, each plant measures about 5 - 7cm tall (from the base of the root to the top of the plant). They are ideal for keen gardeners who have a greenhouse where the plants can be plants can be grown on until they are ready for planting out in the garden once all chance of frost has passed.

    Please note that as we grow these for especially for you, we need to take full payment when you place your order so as to reserve stock for you. See above for despatch dates for this particular plant. To ensure that your plants arrive in the best possible condition each pack will be despatched individually.

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They will not disappoint!


Very healthy plugs, I recommend planting them into small pots (three in a pot) then into their own pits before planting in as slugs and snails decimate the soft baby plants. Plus then they are very strong and one of mine still has fliers on today. It's mid November! But as it's sheltered from from on the patio it has survived really well. Frost kills them. Don't plant them right next to or just under a tall plant - give them sum, otherwise they get very leggy and fall over. Stems will get one inch thick, staking essential in windy areas, plus heavy rain can flatten them. Deadhead daily for masses of flowers for months.



I love cosmos


Razzmatazz cosmos are such a wonderful plant and one of my favourites . Colourful and vibrant all summer long through to first frosts . They fill all the spaces in the summer garden and are wonderful for picking and bringing indoors . A must have plant for garden and patios




Grew well


Plug plants that grew on well, can't fault them gave a wonderful display all summer and into the autumn


South yorks


I have already bought this product again


All 60 plug plants survived and made a lovely addition to last summer's garden! I already have another 60 growing healthily for this year and look forward to another great display.




Fabulous colour and long lasting


Providing colour in the garden and cut flowers from the allotment




Excellent buy


I bought this last year and have just re-ordered it for this season. The plants are very robust, grew well and made a great display. Highly recommended.




Beautify your garden


Plants well packaged Ample blooms for cutting Very reasonably priced


North West



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