dried fower wheat


Wheat

Triticum spelta cv.


Dried flower clusters or spikes which come awnless or awned (bearded), natural tan, natural green or natural black (bearded).


Annual Grass

Common Name(s)  
Height 30 - 48 inches.
Cultivar Blocky, Black Eagle, Silvertip
Propagation Sow direct in spring.
Cultivation Full sun in average soil.
Harvest Cut wheat well before maturity to eliminate head shattering. Harvest early in season for natural green color or latter after sun bleached for tan color.
Drying Hang wheat upside down in dry, dark, open, airy place.
Wheat is similar in appearance to barley.



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