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"Hopi Red Amaranth" - Card by Flor De Mayo Arts

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  • Blank notecard, featuring a print of the watercolor painting "Hopi Red Amaranth" by Tucson artists Martha Ames Burgess and Virginia Wade Ames. On the reverse side of each card, there is a detailed description of the subject. Card is 4x5 inches and includes a white envelope.

    Hopi Red Amaranth: Known as komo in Hopi, is used for coloring the traditional ceremonial piiki bread. It's deep burgundy-red foliage can be steamed and eaten as young "greens," and the shiny black seeds are high in protein. For watercolorist Martha Ames Burgess, it's also a showy summer ornamental in her Native Seeds/SEARCH heirloom garden.

     

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