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So pretty. I have no idea what it is though.

2011 International Garden Photographer of the year - in pictures

Chocolate Cosmos - Cosmos atrosanguineus Also commonly known as Cosmos choca mocha, Cosmos atrosanguineus (Asterales - Asteraceae) is a rare, perennial, and aromatic species, native to Mexico (now.

I have always used blue salvia and pink cosmos in all my gardens ....love the look...

Summer border with Salvia farinacea 'Victoria' in purple) & Cosmos bipinnatus 'Sonata Pink'.

Cosmos Sonata 'White', Delphinium 'Galahad', Salvia nemorosa 'Adrian', Campanula×haylodgensis 'White Wonder' n Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost'

GAP Gardens - Summer container of Cosmos Sonata 'White', Delphinium 'Galahad', Salvia nemorosa 'Adrian', Campanula x haylodgensis 'White Wonder' and Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost' - Image No: 0182244 - Photo by Friedrich Strauss

Cosmos 'Sonata Hot Pink Mixed' -  Large, daisy-like flowerheads, that come in an array of white and pink shades, appear non-stop throughout the summer and right up until the first frosts. Superb as border plants, they will also flourish in large pots - and their fine, feathery foliage is also attractive.

Cosmos 'Sonata Hot Pink Mixed' - Large, daisy-like flowers heads, non-stop throughout the summer and up until the first frosts.

'A Growing Obsession Garden' with Cosmos, Salvia and roses.

'A Growing Obsession Garden' with Cosmos, Salvia and roses. can't beat green, pink, white and blue

loriedarlin: cosmos flowers in the garden by Thunderbolt_TW (Bai Heng-yao) photography on Getty Images

Bees love: cosmos flowers in the garden by Thunderbolt_TW (Bai Heng-yao) photography on Getty Images

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