Grow your own fresh and fragrant lemon coriander at home, and enjoy full flavoured dishes every day. These seeds produce a delicious herb that can be easily grown in pots or as a decoration for garden edges. This plant is easy to grow, and has subtly lemon flavoured leaves that add a fresh twist to salads and Asian dishes. You can make successive sowings for a continuous supply. Plant your seeds in well cultivated, fertile soil in warm conditions to benefit from a bountiful garden.
|Light Requirements — Full sun, Part Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Sow these vegetable seeds directly into dark/damp soils that's been well prepared with compost and/or aged manure. Sow in rows spaced 10-15cm apart.
Dwarf beans need warm soil conditions and will not germinate if it is too cold. Thin out or transplant to 12 in (30cm) between plants. Hoe regularly to keep down weeds. Water well in dry periods and particularly when the flowers are forming. Pick regularly when still young to encourage continuous cropping right up until May.
Additional fertilising not required as legumes produce their own nitrogen.
Water your plant well.