This coriander is very slow to bolt making it a great variety for harvesting leaves. It tolerates British conditions well making it a popular variety.
When the soil has warmed up in the spring then sow the seeds thinly about 5 – 10mm deep. Germination should take about 10 – 14 days, as the plants grow they can be thinned from 40 – 70cm. The leaves can be harvest as soon as plants are large enough or wait until they have produced seeds which can be dried and used in cooking. Grows well on a windowsill.