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  • Weywi Cupelli

Weywi Cupelli

C019

Amaranthus cruentus.   Alamos.  A beautiful amaranth from the colonial town of Alamos in southern Sonora, Mexico.  Leaves are green with red-tinged veins and the "flowers" (bracts) are bright fuchsia-colored. From our Seed Bank Collection.

  • Origin: Low Desert
  • Edible leaves and seeds
  • Black seeds
  • Approx. 0.3g/300 seeds per packet.
  • Please do not order more than 3 packets of any one variety, and no more than 30 packets total.

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Weywi Cupelli

Thank you, I received the seeds, but our growing season is coming cervin the Northeast. I won't know anything until next year.

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Gorgeous and productive

This plant was fantastic in my Tucson garden this summer. Plants were 4-5 feet tall with huge primary inflorescences. And super productive of seed ... much more so than the Hopi Red Dye plants I grew, tho those were also beautiful. These were in a bed that probably got more water (gray-water from my clothes washer) so maybe that made the difference. But I will definitely grow these again ... And I've got plenty of seed to grow lots and feed the chickens some besides!