Celosia
argentea L. var. plumosa Voss, Vilm. Blumengärtn. ed. 3, 1:864. 1895 (syn. (≡) Celosia plumosa (Voss) Burv.);
 

Images by Surajit Koley, Balkar Singh & (Usha Desai – identified by Gurcharan Singh), (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade) 

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se-LO-see-uh or kay-LO-see-uh — from the Greek kelos (dry, burnt) – referring to its color Dave’s Botanary
ar-JEN-tee-uh — silveryDave’s Botanary
plum-OH-suh — plume or featherDave’s Botanary

commonly known as: plumed cockscomb, plume plant • Hindi: लाल मुर्ग़ा lalmurga • Manipuri: haolei • Tamil: கோழிப்பூ kozhi poo

Distribution: only cultivated

The commonest garden cultivar with branched pulose spikes usually red or yellow in colour. The plant may be confused with Amaranthus with coloured inflorescence, but genus Celosia is easily separated by many seeded dehiscent fruit as against single-seeded in Amaranthus.    

 



 

 

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Celosia argentea L. var.plumosa Voss 
se-LO-see-uh or kay-LO-see-uh — from the Greek kelos (dry, burnt) – referring to its colorDave’s Botanary
ar-JEN-tee-uh — silveryDave’s Botanary
plum-OH-suh — plume or featherDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: plumed cockscomb, plume plant • Hindi: लाल मुर्ग़ा lalmurga • Manipuri: haolei • Tamil: கோழிப்பூ kozhi poo
Distribution: only cultivated
References: Flowers of IndiaDave’s GardenTop TropicalsWikipediaNPGS / GRIN 
in a garden of Majiwada, Thane on 30 DEC 06


Beautiful set of pictures.



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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week:: UD 005:: Amaranth family 2 to ID: These plants are a showy lot

Red orange almost scarlet flowerstalks on bronzy leaves
These are a yearly phenomenon in the Hort flower show for the end of season timeusually in Februarythese pictures are from the times past
ID and a key if possible


Celosia argentea var. plumosa

Very good photographs


 

 

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Here is another Amaramth family that needs a name… It looked very decorative in a border, in a private garden by the Hooghly river this winter.


Another colour of Celosia argentea var. plumosa


so leaf color is different (from the previous case) but the other features remain the same? hence the same binomial?


With … thought … Celosia argentea var. plumosa.

…. change in colours of leaf / flower / stem – because it is cultivar.



 

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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: MN3 :: Celosia plumosa: Sending photos of Celosia plumosa
Place : Victoria Gardens, Byculla, Mumbai
Date : February 2008
Habitat : Cultivated



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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: BS13: Celosia argentea var. plumosa from Calicut University Kerala:  Celosia argentea var. plumosa from Calicut University Kerala

Pls Validate


Excellent photographs. Thanks …

 

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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: Celosia argentea L. var. plumosa Voss from Kashmir.GS-31:  Celosia argentea L. var. plumosa Voss, Vilm. Blumengärtn. ed. 3, 1:864. 1895

Syn: Celosia plumosa (Voss) Burv.
Common name: Plumeflower
The commonest garden cultivar with branched pulose spikes usually red or yellow in colour. The plant may be confused with Amaranthus with coloured inflorescence, but genus Celosia is easily separated by many seeded dehiscent fruit as against single-seeded in Amaranthus.
Photographed from Kashmir.


 

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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: Celosia argentea var. plumosa : Muscat : 100213 : AK-24: Sharing colors of Plumed Cockscomb.

An ornamental, cultivated plant.


 
Celosia argentea var. plumosa from Byculla-MN140212 Family: Amaranthaceae (amaranth family):  Celosia argentea var. plumosa from an exhibition at Byculla, Mumbai.
Family: Amaranthaceae (amaranth family)
Date : March 2009
Habitat : Cultivated


 

 

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Celosia Plumosa colourfull leaves: Though Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week is over, in another thread … has this question about coloured leaves of Cockscomb. I have these images so just wanted to share colourfull glory.
Place: Mumbai – Home.
Family: Amaranthaceae


 

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This 1 ft herb was selling at Rs. 10/- each, and i bought two varieties. Wanted to record flower detail, but couldn’t manage those small flowers!


 

 

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This is another variety.


very red

very bright


 

 

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Re: Amaranthus species : 2 posts by 2 authors. 3 images.

This Amaranthus is from Kalimpong.
Kindly tell me the name of the species.


 

 
 

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