Cumin Garden Seeds
An ancient spice originating in egypt and the mediterranean region, cumin now features in the specialty dishes of nearly every country. This herb is best grown in warm climates, producing dill-like foliage with small pink flowers. Harvest fresh cumin leaves as needed. To collect the seed, allow the pods to ripen and turn brown; gather the clusters of pods and allow them to dry completely out of direct sunlight. Rub them gently to remove the seed, then store it in an airtight container.
* start the plants indoors 4-6 week before the last frost.
* for improved germination, soak the seeds for 8 hours before planting. the seeds should germinate in 7-14 days.
* transplant outdoors after last frost.
* for direct sow, plant the seeds 1/4" deep and 4" apart in rows 18" apart.
Packet contains 700mg of gmo free seeds. All packets are handmade with a thick card stock for a chic look and feel. Some natural variation might occur.
Seeds from the United States