A tropical Indian plant (Amaranthus caudatus) having groups of tiny purple plants.
A tropical plant, Amaranthus caudatus, that features groups of small purple plants
a species of amaranth (Amarantus melancholicus).
A name regarding the purple amaranths, Amarantus caudatus and A. Gangeticus, with crimson spikes and (sometimes) vegetation, and little annual roots. Due to the weak root, they frequently fall and lie prostrate in yard.
young leaves popular as leaf veggies; seeds utilized as cereal