CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Grown in the Pacific Northwest since the 1980s, this pink/red headed quinoa has the best resistance to fall rain. Sturdy plants are high yielding as a grain crop or they can be enjoyed as baby greens or microgreens. Very high germination! Sow Red Head organic quinoa seeds in late spring. Harvest baby leaves for salads as you thin the rows to make room for the tall plants to grow. By late summer the plants will have grown 1.5m (5') or more, and will begin to develop their distinctively garish, cherry red flower heads. In a couple short weeks, the seeds will be ready to harvest and dry.
Matures in 100 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)
2g (Approx. 600 Seeds)
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