The leaves of Chenopodium are called bathua, chandaliya or chandali and used in Northern Indian cooking. Its fruit can also be used as a grain-like food.
Many Chenopodium are considered weeds and have pungent odors, but some are grown for food or animal fodder.
|Plant Types:||Annual, Herb|
|Height:||2 feet to 4 feet|
|Width:||1 foot 6 inches to 2 feet|
|Bloom Seasons:||Mid spring, Late summer, Early fall|
|Special Features:||All or parts of this plant are poisonous, Attracts birds, Invasive, Not North American native|
|Fertilizer:||Miracle-Gro® Shake 'n Feed® Continuous Release All Purpose Plant Food|
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Plant seeds in late spring. New seedlings cannot take high heat.
Chenopods need full sun.
The individual flowers are small, green and insignificant.
Does best with regular water.