The Little Veggie Patch Co. Coriander 'Eureka'
Coriander is the essential culinary herb for many recipes. An edible plant from the roots to the seeds. Most importantly is to maintain water to prevent bolting and also avoid harsh afternoon sun in the warmer months. Eureka has a strong aroma and is mostly used for its fresh leaves. A tall standing variety which is slow in bolting. Perfect for autumn planting in temperate zones.
When to Plant
Zone 1: October - April
Zone 2: September - May
Zone 3: April - November
Zone 4: April - July
Soil Work a fertile, friable soil, mixed through with compost and organic matter. Herbs are hardy perennials that will survive in most soil types.
Soil pH Level 6.5-8.0
Position Full sun preferable, but part shade manageable.
How to Plant Sow directly, they also transplant well so purchasing as seedling and then transplanting to your patch works well too
Companion Plants Most vegetables gain advantage from having herbs planted nearby.
Approximate no. of seeds 70
Note: We source all of our seeds locally and in small batches to ensure they remain at their maximum viability for germination
**Shipping - Not to Western Australia**