Coriander is an annual plant that grows around 50 centimetres in height. This plant flowers in June, while its seeds mature around one month later. It is commonly used as a seasoning for roasted pork, ham, pâtés, sauces, and cakes. Coriander also has many medicinal qualities; it stimulates appetite, and, used as an infusion, it helps digestive problems.
Growing: sow the seeds under cover or directly into the soil in rows in 30cm spacings in early April. The seeds germinate in around two weeks at 20°C. Once the plants have flowered and the seeds matured, pull the plants out of the ground and harvest the seeds.
Each packet contains three grams of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 300 seeds (+/- 20%)