I know what you’re thinking–what is cockscomb and why did I just giggle?! Well, its not anything dirty, in fact, its actually a really pretty flower also known as “Brain Celosia” and its the perfect addition to bouquets and centerpieces. Cockscomb is available January-February, and July-October depending where you live and if it can be grown locally (It may be even more available than I just listed if you find a local growing source). It looks great in a fall bouquet and comes in yellow, light green, dark red, rusty orange, ivory and dark pink. Here are some examples of this brain-like velvety flower in action!