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(Cosmos sulphureus) 57 days. [Introduced 1998 by SESE. A red selection of Mona’s Orange developed by Dr. Jeff McCormack as a tribute to Mona Spangler.] An extremely hardy, drought-resistant, brightly colored cosmos. Orange and red flowers range from solid deep red to bright orange, many with red borders and streaks. Flowers are 2-2½ in. wide. 6 ft. plants bear until frost. The small packet has about 52 seeds.
North Florida: May, June
Central Florida: March, September, October
South Florida: February, November, December