Nigella sativa / Black Cumin




Family: Ranunculaceae
Genus: Nigella

Black Cumin vs Crni kumin

Also known as Roman coriander, this annual herb is grown for its aromatic black seeds that may be ground and used like pepper. Feathery-leaved plants have soft blue-to-white flowers with downward-turned petals that resemble a skirt. Like their relative, Love-in-a-Mist, the flowers of this species are followed by ornamental pods perfect for dried arrangements. Annual.

Sow direct. Sow 3mm deep in rows that are 30cm apart. Ideal germination temp. 18-20°C. Germination takes 10-21 days approx. Thin seedlings to 25cm spacing when large enough to handle. Can be sown in autumn for flowering the following year.

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1gr / approx 400+ seeds


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