Fall is a great time to harvest cosmos seeds.

If the flowers were pollinated, you should have lots of seed heads to choose from.

Cosmos is an annual flower, so the seeds need to be planted every year.

Harvesting cosmos seeds is an economical way to perpetuate cosmos in the garden.

Make sure that the seeds mature on the plant, for best viability.

Mature cosmos seeds are brown and dry, and often become loose and fall away from the seed head.

Read our full article to find out more information on harvesting cosmos seeds in fall!