Woolflower Plant Information

Woolflower grows in the following 1 states:


Celosia trigyna is a plant species commonly known as woolflower for its curious flowers.

Celosia trigyna may grow up to 1 m (3 feet) in height and is considered a weed in some regions of the world where it is introduced. It can be grown from seed.
During drought, woolflower has been used as a source of food. The leaves are boiled like cabbage, and is known as torchata.
It is also eaten as a vegetable in Africa.

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