Cosmidium burridgeanum 'Phillipine'
1 pkt = 100 seeds
This is one of my favorite annuals. It blooms from mid summer until frost with daisy-like flowers that are chocolate-brown edged in gold.
Cosmidium has been grown in English gardens since the nineteenth century, where it was once thought to be a hybrid. It was later discovered to be a Texas wildflower.
Cosmidium 'Philippine' is similar to Cosmidium 'Brunette', but the plants are more compact. Also known as Burridge's Greenthread and Thelesperma burridgeanum.
Sowing Cosmidium Seeds:
Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Or sow outdoors after the last frost. Barely cover the seeds. Full sun. Easy to grow. Self sows.