Grow cotton in the midwest! We collect seeds only from plants that produce lint and seeds here in Ohio. Start plants inside early for best results.

Burgundy Cotton
(Gossyplum sp.) Cotton has been a common fiber used in cloth making for thousands of years and has an important role in the history of the United States. This variety has rich burgundy leaves and will produce beautiful blooms that will be followed by cotton bolls - these can be cleaned and used in cotton yarn or just as neat cotton puffs to show your friends! Cotton lint produced will be off white, light green, or light brown in color. Plants are stunning as specimen plants in the garden or even in containers. Most to full sun. Annual (save seeds and plant next season). 3-5 feet. 6 seeds/pack.