Love-lies-Bleeding seeds with Brown rice grains for size comparison
I do not like this plant. Thought it would be red, too tall and lanky, needs to be staked. Looks messy.
I love this tucked into this corner where it has some support.
I took this picture along the walkway at Monticello
Together with Musa Zebrina a nice summer border combination
Heirloom, easy to grow, good for cut and dried flowers and container growing
Love-Lies-Bleeding. 6ft. tall with tassels over 1 1/2 ft. long. Love it!
Flower weighing the plant down.
Seedling at 4 weeks
Dark red colors appear when grown in partial shade
Full view of mature plant. Note length and substance of tassels. Best specimen I've grown to date.
Another 6 footer, taken in mid-june.
This is our first time growing this type of plant and we started with a seed. Really surprised at how big it has gotten.
I've never seen aything like this plant before, and absolutely love it. "One flower-rope" is over four feet long!
Oregon Garden, mid September.
Looking like nothing else in the garden, this old-fashioned annual makes a stunning accent. Long, weeping, dark red tassels are borne above heart shaped leaves Summer thru Fall.
Beautiful camaflage for fence
Self seeded Amaranthus caudatus in zone 6B. Felix Klempka, Tonawanda, NY 14217