|I need help in identifying a flower I have seen growing on many Amish farms in Holmes County, Ohio. The flower in orange and resembles a cosmo but has several layers of petals. The leaves resemble a marigold leaf, but more slender. The plants are bushy and are approx. 3 foot tall. They appear to be grown from seed, and are typically found in a freestanding flower bed in the yard with other plants.|
My guess is that this is some type of old fashion annual cosmo, but I have yet to find it in any seed catalogs. Thank you for your help.