Sowing Guide

How to Sow Super Green Coriander Seeds

How to Sow Super Green Coriander Seeds

Super green Coriander is also known as Chinese parsley and cilantro in different parts of the world. Coriander is grown for its fragrant leaves and seeds that get dried before use in cooking, in salads or drinks. When people refer to cilantro they are usually talking about the leaves only.

How to Sow and Grow Super Green Coriander Seeds

  • Great for sowing and growing indoors in containers, pots, or window boxes and will produce leafy greens all year long on a windowsill or conservatory.
  • The germination period takes between 7 to 14 days and can be harvested between 6 to 8 weeks after sowing. Keep the soil moist but well drained and avoid overwatering also avoid dry spells as this will cause the plant to bolt
  • If sown indoors be sure to gradually acclimatise and harden the plants before moving outdoors.
  • When transferring seedlings give them a plant spacing of 9 to 12″, fully mature plants will reach a height of 18 to 24″.

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