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1.500 KWD

 100-120 Days. Cuminum cyminum. Annual. Heirloom. Open-pollinated. Similar to coriander, mustard, caraway, and anise, cumin seeds are just as popularly cultivated for its seeds as it is a culinary garden herb grown to maturity.

Native to the temperate Mediterranean, open-pollinated cumin is now largely grown in China and has since been embraced for its robust earthiness and sweet bitterness, an heirloom spice essential to a variety of international cuisines including Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican.

  • Latin Name: Cuminum cyminum
  • Common Names: Jeera, Comino, Anis Âcre, Cumin de Malte
  • Cumin Days to Maturity: 100-120 days
  • Seed Planting Depth: ¼”
  • Seed Spacing: 6-8"
  • Garden Row Spacing: 12"
  • Cumin Growth Habit: Heirloom cumin seeds mature into an 12-18" tall lacey garden crop with a 6-8" spread
  • Garden Soil Preference: Fertile, loamy, well-drained
  • Grow Temp Preference: 85°F
  • Garden Light Preference: Full sun
  • Color: Heirloom cumin matures into soft lacey greens and elegant white busheled blooms
  • Cumin Flavor: Earthy sweetness with hints of bitterness, often likened to parsley