Cockscomb is one of the auspicious plants for Chinese Lunar New Year. The Chinese believed that Cockscomb will ward off back luck and bring in the fortunes by displaying it at their house. The prosperous combination is certainly a pair of them!
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Cockscomb (or Coxcomb) is known as Celosia Argentea var. Cristata (formerly known as Celosia Cristata). Cockscomb derived its name from the flower resembling that of a rooster (cock). The plant can grow equally well indoors or outdoor. The ideal place would be one with no shade and well-drained soil. Cockscomb’s flowers can be cut and dried to make dry bouquets and are used frequently as ornamental plants indoors.
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