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Planting Timelines

    - Coriander can be grown indoors or in a greenhouse all year round, with a continuous harvest
    - Fill pots or containers with compost and water well in preparation for the seeds
    - Coriander seeds like to be wet, so can be soaked in water before hand if desired
    - Sprinkle seeds generously in desired area
    - Coriander seeds do not need to be sown in rows or cells
    - Sprinkle a thin layer of compost over the top of the seeds so they are covered
    - Pat down the soil to lightly firm it down
    - If using a lot of coriander in cooking, sow sequential batches every month for a continuous harvest
    - Leaves can be harvested as soon as the plant is 6 inches or taller

How to Grow Coriander

Sow Seeds Indoors

Spring / Autumn

Sow Seeds Outdoors

Throughout the Summer

Time to Harvest

Approx 3-6 weeks

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