Coriander Seeds Packet
SEED TYPE: Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated, And Non-GMO
SEEDS: 100 Seeds Approx
SOWING TIME: Recommended For Year Round Sowing Except for May-June, Thus Very Late Bolting Variety.
PLANT CHARACTER: Plants Bushy, Profused Tillering, Numerous Side Branches
LEAF CHARACTER: Broad, Dark Green, Very Fragrant, Leaves On Side Branches Eatable Even After Bolting.
CUTTINGS: Number Of Cuttings Can Be Taken Till It Bolts
Frequently Asked Questions
Plant coriander in spring after the last frost date or during fall. Do not grow in the summer heat as the plant will dry off. When the weather becomes warm, the plant will rapidly complete its life cycle and send up a long stem which will bring forth blossoms.
Plant the seeds in light, well-drained soil and space them 1 to 2 inches apart. Sow the seeds at 3-week intervals for continued harvest.
Space rows about 12 inches asunder.
It is important to keep seeds moist during their germination.