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Flowers which air dry well include goldenrod, hydrangea, statice, strawflower, celosia, rosebuds, yarrow, globe amaranth, grass plumes, rudbeckia, bachelor's buttons, zinnias and sunflower, to name a few.
Alana Giarrano, an undergraduate, appeared with a box containing milk thistle, St. John’s wort, stinging nettle and a plant with a fuzzy pink shock of a flower, like a tiny mohawk, called dwarf coral, or celosia.
There are annuals like celosia, whose velvety magenta and ivory folds look like the wrinkles of the human brain.
Tammy Ljungblad firstname.lastname@example.org Celosia plants are among annual flowers in the K-State Research & Extension Prairie Star program, which identifies plants that best adapt to challenging prairie climate conditions.
Plants for sale include flowers such as zinnias, petunias, wave petunias, marigolds, celosia, coleus, snapdragons, salvia, spiderwort, geraniums, impatiens and begonias.
In the flower garden, plant seeds for salvia, sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, marigolds, celosia and asters.
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First Known Use: 1807See Words from the same year
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