Amaranth has no hull to remove--

great beginner’s grain for cereal, polenta, and soups.

High in protein. Start after frost date when soil is warm.

When seeds first start to drop to the ground cut heads and hang in protected place with good ventilation over a tarp to catch seeds.
When dry, rub heads to remove seeds and winnow.
Loves heat.

We have both vegetable and grain types. 

Grain Amaranth (code begins with GAM) The grain varieties produce high yields of grain; while all amaranths make good pot herbs, these varieties may be too tough for salads. 
Leaf Amaranth (code begins with VAM) -- The leaf varieties are optimized for leaf production. These are good both as pot herbs and in salads. You will still get grain but perhaps not as much as grain varieties.

Amaranthus tricolor  W,H/Matures Grain 12, Leaf 6/Harvest 4/Yield Grain 4-16+, Leaf 68-272/Spacing Grain 12", Leaf  6"
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Gam 7197fercita
Fercita Amaranth
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Fercita Amaranth

Fast-maturing for short seasons. We are so excited about this amaranth. Unique variety with freckled leaves and plumed heads of golden and red. White seed, n...
  • Seeds per packet: 330
  • Days to maturity: 75-90
  • Seed code: Gb
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Golden Giant Amaranth

Yields of over 1 lb. of white seed per plant!On striking plants to 7 ft tall. Golden stems and flowering heads. Plant anytime after risk of frost is past, up...
  • Spacing: 6-12
  • Days to maturity: 100-120
  • Planting depth: 1/4"
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Mixed Amaranth

Assorted grain types.A lovely display. Varieties will cross, so saved seed will have different combination of traits. BOTANICAL NAME : Amaranthus sp. GROWI...
  • Days to maturity: 100-120
  • Seeds per packet: 500
  • Germination days: 5-14