£8.00 – £29.25
Coriander – also known as Chinese Parsley – has been used as a medicine and for flavoring since ancient times began. With an impressive list of health benefits from reducing skin inflammation to regulating blood pressure, coriander really is a must in every grower’s garden and every kitchen! These tasty little seeds are great for growing microgreens and so easy too – we are very happy to welcome these lovely seeds to our collection.
Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, E and K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc
Carotene, Chlorophyll, Amino Acids, Trace Elements
Protein: 30 – 35%
Sprouting Instructions: Soak no Rinse no Plant day 1 Harvest 14 to 21 days (variable). Yield variable Shelf life 2 years
Have a question?
Hi, Can the seeds be also used to grow mature plants?
I have got some non split ones and wondered what the benefit of the split ones are or why they are split?
Hi Stella 🙂
Yes you can use this coriander seed to grow mature planets. Split coriander seeds are faster at germinating than whole coriander seeds which is why we prefer them. Coriander seeds grow in a pod, with around 3 seeds in each pod and split coriander seeds are just when the pod has been separated.
Hello, I bought a packet from you. I would like to know the best way to germinate split coriander seeds? (Jar or tray). Do I need to soak them? How long for? Than you.
I have found the best way to germinate coriander microgreens is to plant them in a well-moistened medium (soil or coconut coir), cover them to keep out the light, and don’t water them until after they have germinated. Once their leaves begin to show remove the cover and place in the light. Keep the medium moist but not soggy! You can also use these seed for planting in your garden 🙂
I hope this info helps.