Description from Annie's Annuals & Perennials
Ooh, la la – lovely, lovely apricot colored Cosmos. “Are they really apricot?” you ask. Yes! Dreamy flowers with an iridescent pink blush towards the center bloom like crazy on a bushy 3’ x 3’ plant. Generally, Cosmos ‘Apricot’ is a late bloomer, from August to November, but sooo worth the wait. Combine it with Scabiosa caucasica ‘Fama Blue’ & Antirrhinum ‘Double Azalea Apricot’ for a mouthwatering garden vignette! DO NOT FERTILIZE this Cosmos or you’ll get more dense ferny foliage & fewer flowers.