Add tremendous drama to gardens and vases by growing celosia! There are few flowers as showy as celosia. When it comes to celosia, there are two types you can grow. Plumed types produce feathery plumes above the plant. Cockscomb types have crested flower heads with wavy combs. Celosia is excellent for borders and mass planting in flower beds. The vibrant colored blooms look great in vases and bouquets; they can be displayed either fresh or dried. If you want feathery plumes that mimic flames erupting, we recommend growing Pampas Plume Mix or Scarlet Plume. Celosia thrives in full sun and rich, well-drained soil.
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