• Amish - Cockscomb

    Amish - Cockscomb

    Orral and Joan Craig discovered this variety growing in an Amish garden near Arthur, IL. Beautiful large red heads on compact 1-foot tall plants. I first saw this variety growing at Seed Savers farm in Iowa and was much taken by the color and beauty. Contains 100 heirloom seeds

  • Amish White - Cockscomb

    Amish White - Cockscomb

    (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. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Cockscomb 'Amigo Mahogany Red'

    Cockscomb 'Amigo Mahogany Red'

    Nothing else looks like this stunning Celosia! Huge heads of deepest maroon, whorled and lobed like a cabbage, nestle among large, tropical-looking foliage of deep purple with maroon veins and deep green highlights! An amazing show of color, especially since this is a sun-lover best in the full-sun garden! The velvety flowerheads reach 8 to 10 inches long and several inches across, blazing with color from summer till frost. The plant reaches just 6 inches tall, displaying excellent heat tolerance through the worst August days!Start seeds indoors 4 weeks before last frost, or sow direct after the soil is warm.…

  • Cockscomb 'Bombay Yellow Gold'

    Cockscomb 'Bombay Yellow Gold'

    A magnificent new look for this heat-tolerant, floriferous sun lover! Instead of the flowers forming a flattened mass, Bombay sports upturned, beautifully ruffled blooms resembling exotic coral or fancy ribbonwork. The edges of the bloom are darker than the interior, adding even more depth to the spectacular 4- to 6-inch display. And they arise 3 to 4 weeks sooner than other Celosias, extending the season and offering even more long-lived color for the garden and vase!These huge blooms are so long-lasting! Expect 3 solid weeks of color for fresh arrangements, and many months when dried as Everlastings. Very tightly held,…

  • Cockscomb - Dwarf Coral Garden Mix

    Cockscomb - Dwarf Coral Garden Mix

    (Celosia cristata) Beautiful color on short, dwarf plants, these can produce large heads that sometimes reach 8” across, although they vary. A perfect bedding plant that adds vibrant colors to any garden; even the smallest can fit in a few of these. Contains 125 heirloom seeds

  • Cockscomb Amigo Mix

    Cockscomb Amigo Mix

    All of the stunning Amigo colors in one economical mix! Nothing else in the garden resembles this unusual, lovely Cockscomb! Huge heads, whorled and lobed like cabbages, nestle among large, tropical-looking foliage! The colors in this mix are magenta, neon rose, scarlet and yellow, all with greem foliage, PLUS exciting mahogany-red, with leaves of deep purple scored with maroon veins and a dark green sheen! Absolutely unrivalled for rich color and stunning form!This sun-lover puts on a tremendous show, with the velvety flowerheads reaching 8 to 10 inches long and several inches across. They arise from from summer till frost…

  • Cockscomb Bombay Mix

    Cockscomb Bombay Mix

    A magnificent new look for this heat-tolerant, floriferous sun lover! Instead of the flowers forming a flattened mass, Bombay sports upturned, beautifully ruffled blooms resembling exotic coral or fancy ribbonwork. The edges of the bloom are darker than the interior, adding even more depth to the spectacular 4- to 6-inch display. And they arise 3 to 4 weeks sooner than other Celosias, extending the season and offering even more long-lived color for the garden and vase!These huge blooms are so long-lasting! Expect 3 solid weeks of color for fresh arrangements, and many months when dried as Everlastings. Very tightly held,…

  • Cockscomb Bombay Pink

    Cockscomb Bombay Pink

    A magnificent new look for this heat-tolerant, floriferous sun-lover! Instead of the flowers forming a flattened mass, Bombay Pink sports upturned, beautifully ruffled blooms resembling exotic coral or fancy ribbonwork. The edges of the bloom are darker than the interior, adding even more depth to the spectacular 4- to 6-inch display. And they arise 3 to 4 weeks sooner than other Celosias, extending the season and offering even more long-lived color for the garden and vase!These huge blooms are so long-lasting! Expect 3 solid weeks of color for fresh arrangements, and many months when dried as Everlastings. Very tightly held,…

  • Giant Cockscomb

    Giant Cockscomb

    Frilly scarlet, gold and pink flowers July to frost. Grows 18-24 in. tall. Full sun. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season

  • Indiana Giant - Cockscomb

    Indiana Giant - Cockscomb

    Here is one amazing cockscomb with flower heads reaching up to 14 inches across; the sturdy plants look so beautiful proudly holding the burgundy-red blooms. This easy-to-grow plant has been grown by the Amish at Rockville, Indiana, for many years; originally brought here from Lancaster, PA. Amaze your friends and neighbors. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Tall Mixed - Cockscomb

    Tall Mixed - Cockscomb

    (Celosia cristata) These tall cockscombs are hard to find but offer a gorgeous display of flashy color in shades of pink, red, and yellow. The extra-tall plants are great for borders and group plantings for massive displays of color. Great as cut flowers; they sell well at market. Contains 125 heirloom seeds