Every dish needs more Coriander!
Coriander, also known as Cilantro, is a fast-growing annual herb with many culinary uses and health benefits. It can be grown all seasons, though coriander prefers cool weather, So the key to developing a healthy coriander herb is regular and steady watering.
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Slugs and snails may eat young seedlings, so make sure you protect them by using HomeCrop’s Nano calcium.
Sunlight Requirement: In summers, 4-5 hours of sunlight is enough, and winter’s full-day sunlight is optimal.
Sowing Depth: Sow the coriander seeds about half to one to half-inches deep in the soil.
Distance Between Seeds: Space the seeds at a gap of approximately 6 inches.
Grow Bag Size: 10 inches GROW BAG container is perfect for roots, but make sure it has plenty of drainage holes in the bottom. Sow seeds directly into the soil.
Soil Type: Coriander needs extra fertile soil for indoor gardening. HomeCrop’s Potting mix is ideal, adding a bit of extra soil or sand will be fine too.
Germination Period: Germination of coriander takes up to 7-20 days. And, gently crushing seeds before sowing can speed up germination.
Harvest: A coriander crop will mature in 35-45 days. So to enjoy fresh green leaves, 25-30 days is optimal or when plants have become six inches tall.