Callaloo Amaranth

Callaloo Amaranth

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Callaloo (Kallaloo) is a popular Caribbean indigenous leaf vegetable, traditionally either Amaranth or Toro known by many. Tender leaf vegetable used in many dishes in regions of West Africa.
This superfood can be eaten raw like a lettuce or cooked.


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Sowing Instructions :

Sow in full Sun 1/2″ deep-8-12″ apart in well drained soil after any danger of frost has past.
Harvest plant at maturity in and around 30 days. Younger leaves can be trimmed and eaten raw, whereas older leaves are better reserved for cooking.

Additional Information :
Day To Maturity

30-35 Days


Full Sun




10-14 inches




10-12 inches


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