Vegetable Cultivar Descriptions for North America – Tampala (Amaranth)

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where can i buy protonix Burpee Fordhook Tampala – Breeder and vendor: W. Atlee Burpee Co., Philadelphia. Parentage: selection from Burpee Tampala for darker green leaf color. Characteristics: dark-green leaves, erect bushy plants, used as raw or cooked greens. Withstands heat better than spinach. Similar: Burpee Tampala. Adaptation: all parts of the United States. Burpee Catalog 1946.

Burpee Tampala – Breeder and vendor: W. Atlee Burpee Co., Philadelphia. Parentage: cultivar of Amaranthus gangeticus brought from China by L. Lutz. Characteristics: light-green leaves borne on bushy plants that are slow bolting and withstand hot weather much better than spinach. Similar: Fordhook Tampala. Adaptation: wide. Burpee Catalog 1944.

Burpee’s Red Tampala – Breeder and vendor: W. Atlee Burpee Co., Philadelphia. Parentage: cultivar of Amaranthus gangeticus brought from China by Ernest L. Lutz. Characteristics: dark-red-centered leaves, bushy plants that are slow bolting and withstand hot weather much better than spinach. Similar: Burpee Tampala. Adaptation: wide. Burpee Catalog 1945.