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Suttons Coriander Seeds

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  • edible easy to germinate crop
  • this means go straight to seed
  • can bolt
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      01.05.2014 17:46
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      • "edible easy to germinate crop"


      • " this means go straight to seed"
      • "can bolt"

      a good easy to grow herb from a reliable company

      Suttons is a well known long established brand that can be trusted to provide good quality products and fresh fertile seeds and an average price.
      The coriander seeds are a distinguished strong herb that is commonly used in curries and similar dishes it is also quite an attractive plant.
      It is easily grown from seed. Sow in pots or trays and cover with a light layer of fine potting compost or seed compost. A mix of vermiculite or perlite can help to aid growth of the seeds.
      place in a warm sunny position keeping above 16 degrees and allow a couple of weeks for germination. In winter these can be started in a propagator in a sunny window or in spring summer in the greenhouse or on a sunny window sill.

      After the plants have germinated water sparingly and once big enough to handle pot on to larger pots. These plants are not frost hardy and will rot if kept too wet so in the uk they are a greenhouse or indoor plant or a seasonal one in the garden. If keeping in pots give a sunny position where it isn''t too warm and trim if it starts to get leggy to stop the plants going to seed to soon.
      As with any pot grown plant it will be need to be fed once every month or so, this may vary depending on the type of food you choose.

      Cut the leaves and add to cooking.
      Plants will exhaust themselves over time having more than one to allow one to grow back after trimming is a good idea.


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  • Product Details

    A feathery annual, with clusters of spicy seeds and used in curries and casseroles, and may be ground over lamb and pork.Culture: Sow in May outdoors.

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