Between feathery tulips
This flower is called feathery tulip (Celosia argentea spicata) and has a velvet-like texture. It is a plant that requires sun and water, and when it dries, we can use the seeds that come out of the flower to reproduce them, which is done very easily. Despite this, it is an unusual flower that adorns any garden not only because of its shape, but also because of its fuchsia-red colour and its velvety texture, which invites visual and tactile delight.
This is a flower that reminds me of my childhood, as my grandmother Eugenia had several tulip plants in her garden. I remember not only watering those beautiful flowers, but also taking the little black seeds that came out when they dried and scattering them on the black soil of the garden. Many times we would take these flowers and take them to the cemetery where my grandmother had a dead daughter. Grandma always asked me to go with her. I once asked him why he only brought tulips to his daughter and he told me that this flower was his favorite. Now, sometimes when I take flowers to Grandma's grave, I bring her tulips. I believe that tulips were not your daughter's favorite flowers, but grandma's favorite flowers.