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Coriander can be used in the kitchen as both the seeds and leaves can be used for flavouring.
Coriander Herb Seeds
Coriander has many uses in the kitchen as both the seeds and leaves can be used for flavouring. The seeds, which have a lemon flavour, are often ground and used as a spice.
Coriander is most often used in Chinese and Thai cooking, especially curries.
When sowing Coriander select a pot that will be used as it's final sized as transplanting may damage the root system causing the plant to bolt or go to seed much earlier.
How do you grow Coriander from seed? Sow your Coriander seeds into a tray about 1cm apart, keeping the soil moist. Your seeds will germinate in around three weeks. You can begin to transplant your herbs in to the garden once all danger of frost has passed.
Does Coriander come back every year? No. Coriander is an annual herb that grows for one season only. The plant will self seed and new Coriander plants can come back the follower year if not harvested.
Does Coriander require full sun? Coriander is usually grown in a pot and prefer a cooler position in your garden. Direct afternoon sunlight and warmth can hurt your plants growth.
- Average Germination Time
- 7 - 14 Days
- Sowing Method
- Start in Pots / Trays
- Days to Maturity
- 75 - 95 Days
- Grow in Greenhouse
- Optional for Overwinter Crop
- Packet Seed Count
- Recommended Soil pH
- Suited for small space growing
- Kitchen Garden / Windowsill