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 5mm deep directly in growing position. When large enough to handle thin seedlings to 20cm apart. Water well until plants are established. Coriander requires a sunny position but can be grown indoors year round as a windowsill herb. For a continuous supply, make sowings at two to three weekly intervals. Pick a few leaves from each plant so that they regrow quickly. Seedlings emerge 7-10 days.
Water your plant well.