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Organic Love Lies Bleeding Amaranth
Organic Love Lies Bleeding Amaranth
Organic Love Lies Bleeding Amaranth


 
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HEIRLOOM Cascades of deep magenta seedheads topple six feet to the ground below! Love Lies Bleeding has been popular since the late 1700s. We love to eat the tender magenta microgreens and young leaves; the prolific pale pink seeds are a staple grain in some South American cultures.

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Organic Love Lies Bleeding Amaranth HEIRLOOM Cascades of deep magenta seedheads topple six feet to the ground below! Love Lies Bleeding has been popular since the late 1700s. We love to eat the tender magenta microgreens and young leaves; the prolific pale pink seeds are a staple grain in some South American cultures. A resilient plant, Love Lies Bleeding thrives almost anywhere; poor conditions simply make the plant miniature.

60 days to flower

Amaranthus cruentus

Direct Sowing Flowers
Cleaning Amaranth Seed

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A beautiful and resilient plant August 6, 2018
Reviewer: Erin  
I was not sure this was going to work well for me because it looked just like the quinoa I had grown last year at the time of transplant. I used it as a companion to my cucumbers and oh boy did this plant out perform my expectations. I wish I could attach pictures to this review. The stalk is strong and sturdy and while it is in an area that occasionally gets these devastating microbursts of wind it has thus far required little support. A beautiful and strong plant!

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December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Elizabeth Castner from Dundee, NY United States  


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beautious September 12, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Bristol, NY  
Planted all seeds and all germinated!  Beautiful added to pots and landscape. They were a bright magenta (my fav. color)

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Amaranth April 23, 2015
Reviewer: Arden Neubauer from Naples, NY United States  
The plants were spectacular last year.  Can't wait to plant them again this spring.

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