Commonly known as Mexican hats, the 30 inch plants produce a number of blooms. The large center, the size of an elongated golf ball, is green turning to brown. The crown of the hat is surrounded by mahogany, fringed with yellow pelats that turn down and become the hat brim. Very interesting. 50 seeds.
Mexican Hat is not always easy to grow but fun when it does. My first experience with it was at a conference at Bernalillo, NM, grew outside hotel naturally. It's a native plant. Definitely not spectacular, but cute as can be and last several weeks.