30 photos of charming cosmea in landscape design

If you prefer to plant delicate daisy suns on your flowerbed, then you probably also paid attention to cosmea - an amazing and unpretentious flower that sought the love of landscape designers around the world.

A plant native to Mexico, it is often called the Mexican aster. There are about 25 species of cosmea, three of which are grown in our country. The flowers are unpretentious, frost-resistant, tolerate drought well. Another indisputable advantage is the wide variety of colors of this plant, which allows you to decorate gardens in almost any style.

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Cosmea Elysee

In the suburban areas, this plant will always be a welcome guest. Blooming amazing cosmea begins in the second decade of June and lasts until late autumn. Planted on flower beds or in containers, and also use it in arrays in front of fences.

In landscape groups, undersized plant varieties are planted in front of trees and ornamental shrubs. Air-laced thread-like leaves of cosmea and its inflorescences-cups are able to revive and dilute the greenery of the plantings with bright colors. Tall flowers are used in mixborders, large flower beds and borders.

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Not a single flower garden can do without cosmea in naturgardens, as well as gardens in the Russian and Alpine style, where plants are planted in flower beds that do not have certain boundaries. Such plantations mimic natural vegetation.

In addition to the fact that the cosmea is beautiful and unpretentious, it also does not interfere with the growth of other plants. A non-aggressive root system is greatly appreciated by landscape designers.

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Bushes of tall cosmea can be used as tapeworms or create accents in floral arrangements with their help. Low-growing varieties will decorate alpine hills and rockeries well. Often, landscape designers use the so-called Eskimo technique and fill the voids in the flower beds with the help of cosmea with its fluffy thick leaves.

If you still do not have this flower in the garden, be sure to look at it. Many beautiful varieties of cosmea will delight you with an unusual aroma and wonderful bright colors.


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