Bayam edible Amaranth seeds
  • Bayam edible Amaranth seeds
  • Bayam edible Amaranth seeds
  • Bayam edible Amaranth seeds

Bayam edible Amaranth seeds

Amaranthus tricolor also called Bayam or Calaloo can be braised, boiled or stir-fried. The taste of Bayama is a bit like spinach, but is a bit softer. In addition to the leaves, the young stems of the clarion are also edible.

  • to be harvested several times
  • exotic vegetable
  • leaves and stems are edible

When the Bayam plant is about 25 cm high, cut it above the ground and let it grow again.

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Bayam seeds

Amaranthus tricolor also called Bayam or Calaloo can be braised, boiled or stir-fried. The taste of Bayama is a bit like spinach, but is a bit softer. In addition to the leaves, the young stems of the clarion are also edible.

  • to be harvested several times
  • exotic vegetable
  • leaves and stems are edible

Sowing: Sow Bayam seeds in a seedbed from mid March to late July, transplant later in rows or rows. Keep a line spacing of 25 cm, and in the lines 5 cm. When the Bayam plant is about 25 cm high, cut it above the ground and let it grow again.

Specifications

Reference
TH-XOT-080408
EAN
8711117804086
Tags
Brand
Buzzy Thema Series

Other features

English names
Amaranthus tricolor, Bayam, Calaloo, Chinese Spinach, Edible Amaranth, Edible Amaranth Spinach, Floramor, Klaroen, Prince's Feather, Tampala, Tampala Spinach
Botanic name
Amaranthus Dubius
Amaranthus tricolour
Cultivar
Bayam - Klaroen
Planting time
March - July
Flowering period
May - September
Contents
1,5 grams
Seeds per gram
1400
Collection
Buzzy - Exotica

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