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I have a chocolate cosmo & it flowered in summer & now it’s a green shrub. Is this normal?

I want to know if it’s going to flower again or what should I do for it?


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 10/29/2019 @ 1:19 pm

No, it will likely start its die out process, once it expends all of its energy. This is normal. They are annuals and will die, but self seed. You should expect to see more replace it next year.

For now, you can just enjoy its last growth efforts until its death.

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