Cultivo de amaranto
In "vacant" lot on W side of Belton Street (former peanut trailer parking area during the 70's.) Gravelly, poor, and very dry soil. Supine growth, max. 1" in height. "Woolly flowers" resemble" rabbit tobacco" or Evax verna (Asteraceae)
Slender cottonweed. Occasional roadside and railside introduction from other parts of North America.
The Amaranthaceae, the Amaranth family, represent the most species-rich lineage within the flowering plant order of Caryophyllales. Now including the former goosefoot family (Chenopodiaceae), the extended family contains approximately 180 genera and 2,500 species.