THE LANGUAGE OF AMARANTHUS
Amaranthus is a genus of flowering plants, collectively known as amaranths. It is believed to have originated in Central and South America and has a long history of cultivation and is used in various ways around the world.
The word “Amaranthus” translates to ‘Unfading’ in Greek which reflects it’s ability to maintain it’s vibrancy even after being cut.
Amaranthus can be found in a variety of colours, including red, purple and green.
AMARANTHUS IN BOUQUETS
Amaranthus makes a beautiful filler flower for bouquets, adding different texture and movement. The long, trailing stems can create a flowing and free feel effect in a bouquet, giving it a sense of natural beauty.
It can be found all year round and with its long vase life, its colour vibrancy lasts longer than a lot of flowers. It is also beautiful when dried!
AMARANTHUS FOR WEDDINGS AND EVENTS
Amaranthus is a beautiful choice to add to your wedding arrangements, it's trailing nature adds movement to arrangements, creating an eye-catching look.
It's variety of colours gives it the versatility to be used within many themes and we asbolutely love to use it to add depth to our wedding and event installations.
AMARANTHUS IN HISTORY
Amaranthus has been cultivated for thousands of years, with evidence of its use dating back to ancient civilizations such as the Aztecs. It was believed to have been used in their diets, as well as in religious ceremonies. Today, amaranthus is consumed around the world in a variety of culinary dishes.
THE MEANING OF AMARANTHUS
- Unchanging Love