Your garden will come alive as these feathery flower spikes gracefully dance with every breeze. Gorgeous in bouquets!
Also called wheat celosia, these colorful plants add a lovely vertical element to the flower border and make a statement when grown in a large container. The pretty, rosy-pink, soft flower spikes have an intriguing texture that nearly begs passersby to reach out and touch them. It is especially interesting to watch the bases turn silvery as they mature. Excellent cut flowers for fresh or dried arrangements.
Variety Info5"–8" rosy-pink, feathery flower spikes turn silvery near the base as the mature
RECOMMENDED. 6 to 8 weeks before your average last frost date.
Within 2 weeks after your average last frost date, when soil is at least 60°F.