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Celosia - Extension - University of Maryland
Celosia plumosa1
Edward F. Gilman, Teresa Howe2. Introduction.
CELOSIA. Curly Furry Favorite.
Celosia cristata
Celosia plumosa

Suggested News Resources

Celosias will burn with intensity in your garden
Most annuals show their best colors when planted in large groupings and the flaming plumes of the celosia are no exception. It bursts into flames throughout the entire summer and fall, exhibiting every warm shade of the evening sunset.
Develop your fascination for fasciation
The most popular is probably the crested celosia.
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Master Gardener August Chores
To increase the number of blooms of marigolds, celosia, cosmos, zinnias, petunias and impatiens: remove the dead flower heads so the plant can put its energy into new growth instead of seed production.
Blooms away! University of Guelph trial garden open house draws fans
GUELPH — Purple is popular, drought-resistance is all the rage and the saucy black petunia rivaled tornado red celosia as the most popular plant at the University of Guelph's trial garden open house.

Suggested Web Resources

Celosia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celosia 2] is a small genus of edible and ornamental plants in the amaranth family, Amaranthaceae.
Planting Celosias
A fact sheet that describes how to grow cockscomb or Celosia cristata and Celosia argentea.
HowStuffWorks "Celosia: A Profile of an Annual Flower"
Celosia is an annual flower with silky blooms and many varieties including cockscomb, Amigo Mix and Bombay Pink. Learn about celosia.
Celosia - Plant Encyclopedia -
1 day ago Find information on planting and growing Celosias and see pictures from the Plant Encyclopedia at Better Homes and Gardens.
Celosia - Extension - University of Maryland

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