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Growing Amaranth, also Love-lies-bleeding

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02 Apr 14 Daphne (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Can I grow amaranth with a matured branch, leaving in water for few days. Will they develop roots so that I can plant them?? If not, I can buy a bunch from Chinese vegetable shop. They do not have picketed seeds. If not, Where can I get the seeds??
01 Aug 16 geoff ebbs (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I have a small amount of seed from the locsl seedsaver network and a healthy six plants which will produce more. Happy to send seeds through mail. [email protected]
02 Sep 15 Susannah Oldfield (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Try Eden Seeds for any of your seeds in Australia. They are non-hybrid & organic too.
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