When classic meets punk: the celosia is a versatile and relaxed plant with funny purple plumes. An easy plant that feels at home pretty much anywhere. Originally from the warmer regions of Africa and South America, the celosia is used to surviving in hot temperatures with little water, meaning he won’t need much extra attention from you. You can place the plant wherever you’d like (even outside during the summer months) and don’t worry about skipping a watering session every once in a while. Your celosia will forgive you.
Water your plant once a week, but be careful not to overdo it. The celosia can survive a drought, but not a flood. Add some fertiliser to your water every now and then to keep your plant happy.
You can place your plant anywhere, as long as it’s not in direct sunlight. If you do want to put your celosia in a sunny spot, make sure you let the plant get used to the sudden direct dose of sunshine slowly. Come May, you can also place your plant outside.
You can repot your celosia once a year, preferable in the spring. If your plant is a fast grower, make sure you use a bigger pot when repotting.