A South American plant with long drooping tassels of crimson flowers. Cultivated today as an ornamental, its seeds and leaves were formerly eaten in the Andes.
- Amaranthus caudatus, family Amaranthaceae
More example sentences
- Here a bouquet of dahlias, astilbe, and love-lies-bleeding is tucked into a wire basket embellished with supermarket rhubarb.
- Vernacular names such as love-lies-bleeding and florimer (flor-amor) reflect this misunderstanding.
- The dark red Amaranthus caudatus is commonly called 'love-lies-bleeding'.
More definitions of love-lies-bleedingDefinition of love-lies-bleeding in:
- The US English dictionary