Tags: Certified Organic Heirloom Open Pollinated

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Amaranthus cruentus

Days to Maturity: 90

Description:

Very similar in appearance to Burgundy Amaranth, but a bit taller and with striking shiny black seeds instead of white. Originally from Sonora, Mexico, it was used as a grain and to make pinole and atole. Prolific production of seeds (pseudo grain) can be shaken from flower plumes when mature, and plants can be left in the garden to feed birds all through autumn with the seeds that remain. Self seeds easily.


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Feral Farm

Jacksonville, OR, United States (Zone 9a)
Established in 2017
2.60 acres in production

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