Introducing ‘Seed-Tubes’, which allow you to buy seeds in our special biodegradable tubes and packaging, which can then be replenished with refills. Each tube contains top quality seed and easy to read growing instructions to appeal to every level of gardener out there.
Cumin – Since cumin has such a long growing season and likes warmth, it is important to start sowing cumin early in the year. You should sow seeds in a warm place or a heated propagator indoors around eight weeks before the last frost date in your area.
Coriander – Sow directly into well drained, fertile soil. You can also grow coriander successfully in pots or trays filled with a good multipurpose compost. Coriander is often used in Spanish, Mexican, Latin and Indian cuisine. It’s a common ingredient in spice rubs, marinades, chilis, sauces, soups and curries and works well with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and potatoes.
Red Curry Chilli – Start your seeds off indoors – they need plenty of warmth to germinate.
Fill a seed tray or some 10cm pots with moist seed compost and flatten down.
Sow a few seeds on top and cover with a fine sprinkling of vermiculite or compost.