¼ to ½ in
Part Shade/Full Sun
(Celosia cristata) This lovely cockscomb comes from an Amish seed collector. It produces large cream colored flowers that are quite unique. This stately variety has been preserved by the Amish communities for many years.
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Sow in place in spring, or start plants indoors and grow for several weeks, setting out after last frost, transplanting carefully. Plants require full sun, rich soil and moderate soil moisture. Space plants about one foot apart. Picking spent blooms prolongs bloom season.
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