The flowering annual, or perennial herb, cosmos (Cosmos), also called the Mexican aster, is a representative of the Asteraceae family. This genus unites more than 20 species. The name of this plant comes from the Greek word "kosmeo", which translates as "decoration". Kosmeya comes from the subtropical and tropical regions of America. The height of the cosmos bush can vary from 0.5 to 1.5 meters. Branched erect shoots are thin and flexible enough. Inflorescences-baskets are externally similar to chamomiles.