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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Gloria Yellow Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful pyramidal plumes of plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers, and tall cultivars make great cut flowers. These bushy annuals may occasionally survive for a year or more in southern regions where winters are mild. They grow quickly from seed and have foliage that may be bright green, purple-red or bronze, depending on the cultivar. Their long-lasting plumes are comprised of many small bracted flowers that come in shades of bright yellow, orange, pink, purple,...

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Syngenta

(Crested Cockscomb, Jewel Box Red Crested Cockscomb)

The colorful floral plumes, feathery spikes or dense "brainy" crests, of cockscomb and plume celosia make beautiful additions to annual borders, cutting gardens and containers.

These bushy annuals may occasionally survive for a year or more in southern regions where winters are mild. They grow quickly from seed and have foliage that can be bright green, purple-red or bronze, depending on the cultivar. Their long-lasting flowers are comprised of many small bracted flowers that can be bright yellow,...

(Kimono Cherry Red Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. These dwarf, bushy annuals to short-lived perennials may have leaves of bright green, purple-red or bronze and large dense, bracted floral clusters of yellow, orange or red. Plant them in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

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National Garden Bureau

(Kimono Mix Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. These dwarf, bushy annuals to short-lived perennials may have leaves of bright green, purple-red or bronze and large dense, bracted floral clusters of yellow, orange or red. Plant them in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

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James H. Schutte

(Kimono Orange Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono orange plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. This dwarf, bushy annual to short-lived perennial has leaves of bright green and large dense, bracted floral clusters of bright orange. Plant it in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

(Kimono Red Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. These dwarf, bushy annuals to short-lived perennials may have leaves of bright green, purple-red or bronze and large dense, bracted floral clusters of yellow, orange or red. Plant them in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

(Kimono Salmon Pink Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. These dwarf, bushy annuals to short-lived perennials may have leaves of bright green, purple-red or bronze and large dense, bracted floral clusters of yellow, orange or red. Plant them in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

(Kimono Yellow Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

The colorful, very broad plumes of Kimono plume cockscomb are commonly enjoyed in annual borders and containers. These dwarf, bushy annuals to short-lived perennials may have leaves of bright green, purple-red or bronze and large dense, bracted floral clusters of yellow, orange or red. Plant them in sites with full sun, and average, well drained soil.

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Maureen Gilmer

(New Look Red Plume Cockscomb, Plume Cockscomb)

What a striking plume cockscomb! The rich red pyramidal plumes of ‘New Look’ cockscomb make a beautiful addition to annual borders and containers. This AAS winner is a dwarf, bushy annual that may occasionally survive for a year or more in southern regions where winters are mild. It grows quickly from seed and has large, purple-red leaves that contrast beautifully with its cheerful blooms. The long-lasting flowers are dense, plume-like and comprised of many small bracted flowers of red. When they...

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All-America Selections

(Crested Cockscomb, Prestige Scarlet Cockscomb)

The colorful floral plumes, feathery spikes or dense "brainy" crests, of cockscomb and plume celosia make beautiful additions to annual borders, cutting gardens and containers.

These bushy annuals may occasionally survive for a year or more in southern regions where winters are mild. They grow quickly from seed and have foliage that can be bright green, purple-red or bronze, depending on the cultivar. Their long-lasting flowers are comprised of many small bracted flowers that can be bright yellow,...