A close up photograph of a cosmos flower with eight pink ray florets with wavy teeth on the tips and a dark base surrounding the yellow tubular flowers in the centre.
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Cosmos bipinnatus is also known as garden cosmos or Mexican aster.
Cosmos bipinnatus is considered a half-hardy annual, although plants may reappear via self-sowing for several years.
There are about 25 species of cosmos with daisylike flowers that grow in shades from delicate shell pink to vibrant fuchsia.
|Depth of Field||Shallow|
|Composition||Shallow depth of field|
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