Why Your Coriander Seed Does Not Open

Why Your Coriander Seed Does Not Open

Coriander (Coriander sativum) is actually not so easy to sow. Propagation takes place after the ice saints in May. This is quite important, because the seeds are sensitive to cold.

In well-dried soil, the seeds are sown to a depth of 2 cm, watered and after six weeks separated to a distance of 10 cm. The germination period is 15-20 days. In the garden or on the balcony, a sunny place and sandy, calcareous soil are needed. Water abundantly until flowering, which follows after about two months. The fruits develop in late autumn.

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