Gomphrena Globosa Salmon (Globe Amaranth)

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  • Also known as Globe Amaranth
  • Long-lasting salmon-pink blooms
  • Attracts pollinators and beneficial insects
  • 25 seeds per pack
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Gomphrena Globosa Salmon (Globe Amaranth)
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Gomphrena Globosa is also known as Globe Amaranth and is popular for its globe-shaped flowers that hold their beauty long after other blooms have faded.

Enjoy the soft glow of salmon pink flowers throughout summer and well into fall, adding romantic charm to you plantings. These blooms retain their color and form even when dried, making them perfect for everlasting arrangements.

Gomphrena thrives in hot and dry conditions, making it a perfect choice for sunny gardens with minimal watering needs. It requires minimal care, making it a great option for busy gardeners. Simply sow seeds directly outdoors and enjoy the show!

Note: Gomphrena's flowers attract butterflies and beneficial insects, adding a touch of life to your garden.

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How to grow Gomphrena from Seed

Sow Gomphrena seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Alternatively, you can directly sow them outdoors in your garden bed when the soil temperature warms up.  Choose a location with full sun, as Gomphrena thrives in at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.

Seeding (Indoors or Outdoors):
As gomphrena seeds are tiny, sprinkle them lightly on the soil surface. Barely cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil. Light is needed for germination, which typically occurs within 7 days. Keep the soil moist but not soggy during germination.

Transplanting (Indoor Sown Seeds):
Once seedlings have developed their first set of true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors. Space plants 15-30 cm apart, depending on the variety.

Once established, Gomphrena is drought tolerant. Water moderately during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Deadheading spent flowers (removing the flower head once the bloom fades) will encourage continuous blooming throughout the summer.


Fast Facts

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Botanical Name:
Gomphrena Globosa
Common Name:
Globe Amaranth, Bachelor's Button, Thousand Day Red, Ballerina Flower or Button Flower
Days to germinate:
up to 7 days
Days to maturity:
85-100 days
Flowering time:
Summer through Fall
Hardiness and Longevity:
Up to 70cm
Ideal For:
Cut flowers, attracting insects, dried flowers, wildflower garden, landscaping, containers
Up to 20cm
Full sun

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