Cosmos sulphureus (Asteraceae). Native to Mexico, this cosmos is an upright, hairy-stemmed, warm-weather annual that typically grows to 1-3? tall, but can grow to as much as 6? tall. It produces daisy-like flowers (to 2.5? diameter) with yellow discs and yellow rays. Leaves (to 12? long) are 2-3 pinnate with lanceolate leaflets. Sowing : Sow seeds in summer. Locality : Ex Hort. Date of harvest : September 2014.