Jenn you know these are #edible so dang pretty too. I bet you could make a place to put some for the birds as well for winter feeding with the extras. A way off corner you don't mind spilled seeds growing hahahaha
@KariSamuel can you send me a reminder email? And fire away at anything else you've seen that you'd like. I have quite the surplus right now. Germination rates have been awesome! 😁 email@example.com
I’m really happy mine came out too gifted from @columbiariver there so cool looking. Like I said most of mine from you Jenn are coming up good. I’ll have to take some pics Thxs sooo much I’ll have a lot of color in my yard😊💕
If planting outdoors, sow Amaranth seeds after the soil has begun to warm in the spring. We recommend an indoor start, six to eight weeks before the last frost in your area. Sow seeds early in the season and cover lightly with soil. Space seeds or seedlings 10-12" apart.