Cosmos & Foxgloves




This past weekend, I enhanced my garden’s glory by adding some vibrant Cosmos and Digitalis Primrose Carousel to it. Native mainly to North and South America, these members of the sunflower family make for a gorgeous sight with their amazing array of colourful blooms atop feathery foliage. To make sure that they thrive in my soil composition however, I had better add one part perlite – its helpful drainage properties will ensure optimal growth!

To make a garden truly shine, why not add some Cosmos? This beautiful flowering plant will inject life and vibrancy into any space. When choosing companion plants for it, opting for the likes of California Poppies to introduce an eye-catching orange shade or Marigolds to create a dazzling yellow hue is always a good bet. If you’re looking for something tall in contrast with your other flora then try Digitalis Primrose Carousel – perfect if you have similar gardening requirements!

If you’re dreaming of an effortless, beautiful garden that thrives all summer long and looks simply stunning with a display of vibrant colours, then Cosmos is the flower for your landscape! With minimal maintenance required to keep them healthy and happy, these flowers are sure to be showstoppers in almost any outdoor oasis.

Benefits of Cosmos:

– They add a splash of colour to your garden with their beautiful flowers and feathery foliage.

– They are a low-maintenance plant that requires well-draining soil, slightly acidic pH level and rich organic matter for optimal growth.

– Can be planted alongside other colourful plants such as California Poppies, Marigolds and Mexican Aster to create a stunning display of colour in the garden.

– Easy care plant that will last all summer long.

Primrose Carousel is a cultivar of Digitalis that is known for its showy, primrose-yellow flowers with speckled throats. This plant can grow up to 3 feet tall and is a favourite of gardeners for its striking appearance.

They are a striking, eye-catching plant that can add a unique splash of colour to any garden. In order to ensure optimal growth and results, it’s important to provide the right growing conditions for this cultivar of Digitalis. Primrose Carousel prefers full sun or partial shade and will do best in rich

Primrose Carousel is a striking and eye-catching plant that adds a unique splash of colour to any garden. These plants can grow up to 3 feet tall, making them perfect for adding height and dimension to gardens. They feature beautiful primrose-yellow flowers with speckled throats that are sure to brighten up any garden. Primrose Carousel prefers full sun or partial shade and should be planted in well-draining, slightly acidic soil that is rich in organic matter. With the right care and maintenance, Primrose Carousel can provide a stunning display of colour all summer long.

Digitalis is a genus of flowering plants in the plantain family (Plantaginaceae). These plants are known for their distinctive bell-shaped flowers and are often called foxgloves. There are many different species of Digitalis, and they are native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa.

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