Coriander has long been used as a garnishing agent in almost all cuisines the world over. The delicate looking and lush coriander plant comes packed with extremely beneficial nutrients. From being considered anti-diabetic, to controlling cholesterol and no-radical production, the coriander does it all. Its healing properties are also said to be anti-inflammatory in nature. It is also an excellent source of Vitamin A, C, K, calcium, manganese, magnesium and dietary fibre. It is most famously used in salsa dips, chutneys, and generously sprinkled over soups, broths, omelettes and countless other dishes. Sowing Time: Recommended for Year Round Sowing Except May-June, Thus Very Late Bolting Variety. Sowing Distance: Line To Line Distance - 9" Plant To Plant - 6". Seed Type: Non-Hybrid, Pure, Open Pollinated, GMO-Free, and Heirloom (with an Unadulterated Genetic Heritage) Seeds. Tested for Germination. How To Sow: Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Crush the seed with feet to divide it into two parts. Place few seeds 1 inch deep at line to line distance of 9 inches and plant to plant 6 inches. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. Maturity: After 30 - 35 days.