The breeding work for this cosmos focused on developing a consistent, uniform, extra-early blooming bi-color cosmos and they did just that. The 2 to 3 inch round blooms begin just 4 weeks from transplanting, and feature wide, overlapping petals that are white around the edges and fade to a dark pink "eye." It works very well in masses, by itself, or interplanted with other large cosmos, and makes a fresh, pretty cut flower. Easily grown from seed started indoors or out, cosmos need full sun. G7-10 50 seeds ?