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love lies bleeding seed

Posted by SSnow z6 MO (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 5, 05 at 20:10

I don't remember what the seeds that I planted this spring looked like. Are the seeds white colored - or does that mean that they aren't done yet?

Thanks,

Shannon


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RE: love lies bleeding seed

Shannon,

Take a peak at the site below; 2nd row, last picture. Hope it helps.

Ann

Here is a link that might be useful: seed pic


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RE: love lies bleeding seed

If they are white, something isn't right. Maybe not ripe, or maybe you have the wrong thing. I just waited until the flowers were dried out and shook them into my hand--tiny black seeds fell into my hand very easily.


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RE: love lies bleeding seed

Sorry Hollywog, but I think you are mistaken. Love Lies Bleeding seed are certainly not black. They are a rose, pink or lightly tinted white color. Just like the picture peat moss linked.


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RE: love lies bleeding seed

Hollywog
There are other kinds of amaranthus that have black seed but the love lies bleeding are a rosy reddish color.


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