White Cosmos: Graceful and Simple

The cosmos in the garden began to bloom a couple of weeks ago and these white ones are just so so pretty!  I decided to catch them in the early morning light.  This is the first our dining room table has been cleared off for WEEKS! 4h projects, apartment hunting for two of our kids, moving our daughter, and family events have been keeping us away from house chores.

We have purple and pink ones blooming too and I put them in another arrangement.

It's the white ones though that really grab my attention.  The cosmos have such a gracefulness to them.

I think they are wonderful in the vintage white milk glass vase.  I picked that up at an estate sale a couple of years ago.
The seed packet we had was a combination of colors, so I think I'll order a packet of all white next year.  While I was looking I found these double click snow puff white cosmos seeds too!  I've pinned them so I don't forget them. 

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  1. Your cosmos look lovely in your dining room - like pinpoints of light. I used to have cosmos in my garden that self seeded. None came up this year so I guess I'll have to put in some new seeds next summer.

  2. digging that vase! My Mother collected milk glass- brother took it all- in fact he took 95% of house. oy vey

  3. I love Cosmos and definitely perfect in the Milk Glass Vase.

  4. love your white Cosmos...sadly I planted some years ago but over years they have not come back...need to plant more! the vase is perfect for them...
    and seeing the top of the dining room table...don't even get me started! good thing we have a table in the kitchen as well...that's where we end up eating...

  5. Zinnias and Cosmos are my favorites! Didn't get any planted this year. Thanks for sharing yours!
    Laurie :)


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