We grow celosia for the bright and interesting blooms, and always save some seeds for the following year.

Collecting and saving celosia seeds in fall is an economical way to save the seeds for next year’s flower garden.

Celosia flower seeds begin to form on the outside of the blooms, in the tiny spent florets in late summer.

As with all other types of flowers, it’s important to let the seeds mature on the plant for viable seeds.

Celosia seeds will be tiny, black and hard when mature

Harvest the spent celosia blooms with visible hard black seeds.

Read our full article to find out more information on saving celosia seeds!