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Although its flowers more closely resemble sea shells, coral or even a human brain, the plant Celosia Cristata owes its name to a farmyard bird!

This summer bloomer’s wavy, elongated flowers reminded its breeder of a rooster’s crest, so he decided to name it cockscomb.

Originally native to tropical America and Africa, these plants thrive in a hot climate, but they can also be grown in our part of the world as long as the temperature doesn’t drop below five degrees.

Although its flowers more closely resemble sea shells, coral or even a human brain, the plant Celosia Cristata owes its name to a farmyard bird!

This summer bloomer’s wavy, elongated flowers reminded its breeder of a rooster’s crest, so he decided to name it cockscomb.

Originally native to tropical America and Africa, these plants thrive in a hot climate, but they can also be grown in our part of the world as long as the temperature doesn’t drop below five degrees.

Although its flowers more closely resemble sea shells, coral or even a human brain, the plant Celosia Cristata owes its name to a farmyard bird!

This summer bloomer’s wavy, elongated flowers reminded its breeder of a rooster’s crest, so he decided to name it cockscomb.

Originally native to tropical America and Africa, these plants thrive in a hot climate, but they can also be grown in our part of the world as long as the temperature doesn’t drop below five degrees.

Although its flowers more closely resemble sea shells, coral or even a human brain, the plant Celosia Cristata owes its name to a farmyard bird!

This summer bloomer’s wavy, elongated flowers reminded its breeder of a rooster’s crest, so he decided to name it cockscomb.

Originally native to tropical America and Africa, these plants thrive in a hot climate, but they can also be grown in our part of the world as long as the temperature doesn’t drop below five degrees.

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