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Price: $2.50
Product Code:  HB1710P
Quantity: .75 (Min. 100 Seeds)
Availability:  In Stock
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(Cuminum cyminum) Annual. Cumin is a warm season annual typically grown for its seeds, though the leaves are edible as well. Used ground or whole, cumin seed adds a distinctive flavor to Indian and Mexican cuisines. Try growing this popular spice to add flavor and freshness to your seasoning.

Plants grow 6-12” tall with fine, feathery leaves and umbel flowers that attract beneficial insects.

Germination Temperature Planting Depth Days to Germination Plant Spacing Row Spacing Sun
65-70 1/4" 7-14 4 seeds every 8” 18" Full


Planting Instructions:
Start indoors 6-8 weeks before average last frost.  Start outside 1-2 weeks after average last frost and when the temperatures are warm.

Additional Tips:
Cumin prefers a sunny, sheltered location.

Cumin plants benefit from a little crowding to keep each other supported, so don’t hesitate to grow groups or clumps.

Grows best in average, well-drained soils. Don’t over fertilize. High nitrogen will result in less fragrant seeds.

To harvest seeds, let the seedpods ripen and turn brown, then pick place on a screen for drying. Once dried, rub the pods to remove seeds or thresh upside down into a bucket or bag. Use them fresh or store them in an airtight container.

Companion Plants:
Cumin attracts many beneficial insects, including parasitic wasps and predatory flies.
Plant with cabbage, beets, cucumbers and potatoes.


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