Cockscomb, (Celosia cristata), common garden plant of the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae). Cockscombs are tender perennials but are usually grown as annuals in cooler climates. The plants produce dense undulating inflorescences that resemble the red combs on the heads of roosters, hence their

References: Bose, R. B. 1976. The correct identity of 'cockscomb'. Bull. Bot. Surv. India 18:218-219. Note: = Celosia cristata L. Demilly, D. et al. 1996. Liste Oct 27, 2019 · The plumed types of celosia belong to the Celosia plumosa variety. They feature feathery soft flowers that have a velvety texture. The foliage of this variety is quite broad, forming a dense base from which the flowers stand high above. ‘Fresh Look Yellow’ Celosia argentea 'Fresh Look Yellow' - Credit to Pymouss44 A truly unusual and interesting flower, Celosia creates dramatic displays in the garden and in the vase. Plumed varieties in Mixed shades, Golden, and Scarlet tones mimic flames erupting from compact, multi-branching plants. Celosia is an annual flower whose silky blooms get attention wherever they grow with a wide choice of appearance, size, and color. Description: Celosia offers large flower clusters on top of green or reddish leaves. Colors include yellow, gold, red, pink, orange, and wine. Aug 23, 2019 · Celosia Lyrics: I would take the pain, the pain that you feel / Just so you can see all of this more clearly / But there's no off-switch / All this time you suffered instead of living the moments

Celosia argentea, commonly known as the plumed cockscomb or silver cock's comb, is a herbaceous plant of tropical origin, and is known for its very bright colors. In India and China it is known as a troublesome weed.

Dec 15, 2018 · Celosia Plant Care Information. Celosias (Celiosa spp.), commonly called cockscomb, feathered amaranth, woolflower and red fox, are warm-weather flowering plants that thrive in hot, humid Jun 13, 2019 · Celosia argentea cristata (L.) Kuntze. Celosia aurea T.Moore. Celosia castrensis L. Celosia cernua Roxb. Celosia coccinea L. Celosia comosa Retz. Celosia cristata L. Celosia debilis S.Moore. Celosia huttonii Mast. Celosia japonica Houtt. Celosia japonica Mart. Celosia linearis Sweet ex Hook.f. Celosia margaritacea L. Celosia marylandica Retz

Celosia argentea L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Celosia (family Amaranthaceae ). The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23 ) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Sp. Pl. 205 1753 .

Sep 21, 2017 · Celosia, also called Cockscomb, blooms in late summer and early fall in brilliant red, orange and yellow flower combs. These annual flowers grow 12 to 36 inches tall and work well as border fronts, clumped plantings or as cut and dried flowers. Celosia is not difficult to care for and actually grows like a weed in Celosia L. – cock's comb Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 5 species of Celosia . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species Celosia is a showy flower with a plume-like texture creating upright spires of color. Features & Attributes. Celosia is a low maintenance annual that works well in flowerbeds and containers. The plumes of flowers make this an idea plant as a focal point in landscapes, or for low mass plantings. Home gardeners looking for a subtle, delicate flower would do well to stay far away from celosias (Celosia spp.), because they are show-stoppers in the garden. Bold, bright and distinctive, these plants feature unusually shaped clusters of blooms that sit proudly atop tall, slender stems. The occurrence of Meloidogyne javanica (Treub 1885) Chitwood 1949, on Celosia argentea L. Bragantia, 30:49-80. Patel SR, Nageshwar Lal, Thakur DS, Lal N, 1997. Weed control efficiency of different herbicides in rain fed groundnut (Arachis hypogaea).