Collection: Amaranthus Seeds

First cultivated as a crop thousands of years ago, amaranthus is now known as an ornamental. The name amaranthus is derived from the Greek, meaning "unfading," which is descriptive of its color in both fresh and dried states. The shape and style of the blooms is the most compelling aspect of amaranthus, which has a solid foothold in the floral industry with its exotic, unmatched drooping tassles.

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