Here you'll find facts and information about the Amaranth plant - Amaranthus Hypochondriacus, Caudatus, Love
Lies Bleeding. Including photo pictures of fully grown Amaranth plants in flower and where to buy seeds
to grow this beautiful, nutritious, and hardy plant.
Originating in South America, these plants come in many species (approximately 60), but only three are commonly used for grain production:
These annual flowering plants are grown from seed. Fully grown these bushes will produce between 40,000 and 60,000 seeds that can
be harvested as grain. Their colorful leaves are also edible and can be prepared and cooked like spinach.
Some varieties of Amaranth are grown specifically for their leaves. Amaranth Leaves are an important
vegetable in Asia and South America. Here is a list of those plants most commonly grown for this purpose:
- Green Round Leaf
- Asia Red
- Love Lies Bleeding
- Prince's Feather
- Red Leaf
- Green Pointed Leaf
- White Leaf
- All Red
- Red Stripe Leaf
- Tender Leaf
Amaranth Nutrition and Facts
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