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Growing Amaranth, also Love-lies-bleeding

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25 Dec 09 Mei (Australia - temperate climate)
Bought seeds from Diggers Club - details for Diggers Club can be found in gardening magazines e. g. Gardening Australia
18 Apr 16 Christine (Australia - arid climate)
My amaranth has seeds growing on main stem and around stem with no top flowers or seeds. Like feathers as I've seen in pictures. Is this an edible seed?
20 Apr 16 Chris (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Yes, amaranth seed is edible
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