Chacari - Mano de Obispo
Celosia cristata. Mano de Obispo or Bishop's Hand. This ornamental cockscomb from the Mayo decorates graves for Dia de los Muertos (All Souls Day). Flowers are magenta, occasionally golden, and have a wide range of shapes. This variety also sometimes produces wide, flat, fluted stems that are very unusual. Plants reach up to 3' in height. The black seed is edible. From our Seed Bank Collection.
- Origin: Low desert but can perform well in high desert also
- Edible leaves and seeds
- Black seeds
- Approx. 0.3g/300 seeds per packet.
- limit 3 packets