CORIANDER EUREKA IS THE BEST FOR HOT CLIMATES! $1.10 $0.75

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Description
CORIANDER Eureka has a strong aroma and is best suited for fresh leaves, a tall standing type plant which is slow in bolting.

The entire plant is edible and delicious. Most vegetables gain advantage from having these Herbs planted nearby.

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Grow Notes
Coriander grows best where the climate is hot and humid. In most parts of Western Australia, we can provide the heat that coriander loves but not the humidity so growing from Autumn to Spring is usually the most successful. Plant in part or full sun, in moist well-draining soil.

Coriander has a terrible habit of bolting to seed whenever the conditions that it is in changes. If the weather turns from hot to cold or cold to hot, it will decide that it is time to produce more seed and will send up flower heads from the centre of the plant.

There are several ways to grow strong and healthy Coriander without it bolting to seed. The main one is to choose a slow bolting variety! A tall standing type plant, which is slow in bolting, Coriander Eureka can be grown during the warmer times of the year when kept out of direct afternoon sun, then it will take off once the weather cools down. The second way is to sow it directly where it needs to grow as seed instead of transplanting the seedlings resulting in a stronger plant and root system.

By seeding a new planting of coriander every two or three weeks, a continuous supply of coriander can be achieved fresh from the garden since, when one plant is finishing being harvested, the next will be ready.

Sow
Sow direct in Autumn or Spring at a depth of 6mm, spacing plants 20cm apart.

Keep soil moist but never wet.

Germination
7-10 days at 18-22°C

Maturity
45 days

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Seed Count: 18
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