Grow your own fresh and fragrant 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 spicy leaves that are great for curries, and essential for any Thai or Indian cooking. It also produces seeds that can add an interesting twist to deserts. Plant your seeds in well cultivated, fertile soil in warm conditions to benefit from a bountiful garden. To make things easier, seeds are carefully spaced in biodegradable paper to allow even spacing and to eliminate the need for thinning.
Contains: 3 x 8cm mats
|Growth Height — 50cm|
|Light Requirements — Full sun, Part Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Sow dwarf snap bean vegetable seeds 25mm (1in) deep in dark damp soil & avoid watering for a day or two afterwards. Ensure soil has been well prepared with organic compost & aged animal manure. Sow 10-15cm (4-6in) apart allowing 50-60cm (1.5-2ft) between rows. Ensure the danger of frosts has passed and protect plants from wind. Plant in 1-3m (3-10ft) rows and remove weeds regularly. Keep the roots cool - a mulch of garden compost will help considerably. Water well in dry periods. Additional fertiliser is not required a legumes produce their own nitrogen. Regular harvesting will result in prolonged yields.
Keep soil moist.