Coriander Slow Bolt (Longstanding)
Coriander slow bolt is a favourite in my household adding a lovely zing to Indian and Thai meals. Best sown early Spring and Autumn as it goes to flower quickly over the warmer months (that is fine if you want to collect the seed). A February/March sowing outside will last most of winter. Cutting the leaves regularly is beneficial.
When the weather changes frequently, this forces coriander to bolt thus the consistent cooler months in Cool Climates is when Coriander is slower to flower. You can grow over the warm months, but you need to sow every 3 weeks.
Sow – Mid Aug to Sept and Feb to April. (Cool Climate)
Spacing – 20cm.
approx 75 seed/gram Treated Seed