Having your garden at home is fashionable, because it is an excellent option to obtain food organically. So today we are going to explain how to grow coriander easily.
This herb is used for many things when cooking, and it is well worth it that you always have it on hand, fresh and ready to use. Take note of how to do it!
Ecological tipDid you know that butterflies love coriander? By having it at home, in addition to brightening your garden or garden with your visit, butterflies help pollination of this and other plants. Do your bit for the environment, and plant coriander!
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How to grow coriander
- 1 good size pot (approximately 18 ” wide and 10 ” deep)
- Coriander seeds
- Natural fertilizer
- Black earth
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- Fill ¾ the pot with soil and add a little natural fertilizer. Water with a little water so that it is barely damp but without getting muddy.
- Sprinkle the coriander seeds so that they are evenly dispersed.
- Cover with another layer of soil of about 5 mm.
- Place the pot in a sunny spot. Coriander needs a lot of sun to grow. The seeds will germinate in 7-10 days.
- Keep it moist with the help of a spray bottle. Water gently to prevent the seeds from moving out of place.
- When the stems are 4 to 6 inches tall, you can harvest them: cut two-thirds of the leaves each week, as these encourage the plant to continue growing and sprouting.
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