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Amaranthus caudatus ‘Viridis’ has trailing chenille tassels of bright apple-green, this makes one of the best upper level foliage plants for an elegant, mixed arrangement.
Perfect for mixing with dahlias and sunflowers, or arranging in a large vase on its own.
|Variety||caudatus ‘Viridis’||Type:||Half-hardy Annual||Site:||Full sun, light, well drained soil||Sowing Seed:||Sow under cover in Mar/April or direct in May. Harden off and plant out after last frosts.||Height:||100cm (3ft)||Spread:||45-60cm||Hardiness:||Hardy||Care tips:||Water well, support stems if necessary to produce long tassels. The leaves are edible.||Flowers:||❀ July - October (12 weeks from sowing), this is a cut-and-come-again variety||For the vase:||Lasts well in the vase 7-10 days. Remove most of the leaves.Will dry. Hang them upside down with a rubber band.|