Cockscomb & Celosia

Gardening Girl
New Millport, PA, United States
April 25, 2017
Beautiful Color
Easy to Grow 5.0
EarlyMaturity 5.0

What are the pros? Beautiful Color, multi blooms

What are the cons? none


Beautiful blooms. It will give you one big bloom on top plus multiple smaller blooms covering the plant all at the same time. Blooms seem to last a long time. Will bloom indoors under day length bulbs. I recommend starting in peat pellets on heated surface with a humidity dome, as soon as plants come up and the first leaves are open put them under lights, then when they need transplanting put them into their permanent container. Celosia and Cockscomb plants don't like to have their roots disturbed. Started mine on 1-3, transplanted 2-10, you could see the crest forming on 2-10 it's 4-25 and the blooms are still blooming including the main big bloom. They are tall plants.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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