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Botanical Interests Organic Fenugreek Seeds

Annual. Ready for something a little more exotic? Fenugreek sprouts, leaves, or ground seeds add a subtle spicy flavor to salads, sandwiches, and Indian cuisine. Widely grown in India, this 24 tall member of the legume family with the unusual name is one of the oldest cultivated spices in civilization! A common component of curry powder, the seeds have a warm, nutty, spicy flavor reminiscent of celery or maple. You can easily make sprouts with the seeds in this packet or sow them in your garden to grow out your own plants. Fenugreek leaves can be added to salads when young then the plants can be grown to maturity to harvest seeds for sprouts or as a fresh spice for tantalizing dishes. Recipe ideas included inside packet. (When growing for sprouts: Please note that if not properly disinfected, all seeds have the possibility of carrying E. coli bacteria. Please disinfect the seed prior to sprouting by soaking in a 2% bleach solution (1 tsp. bleach to 1 cup hot tap water) for 15 minutes.) Rinse thoroughly.

When to plant outside: RECOMMENDED. Early spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. Soil temperatures must be above 40 degrees. In USDA zones 8 or warmer, plant in fall or winter for winter harvest.

When to start inside: Only when growing for sprouts.

Special Germination Instructions: Soak seeds in water overnight before planting. Bean or pea inoculant is optional, but recommended if planting in an area that has never had beans or peas grown.

Harvesting: Leaves can be harvested around 2 months after sowing seed in spring. Seed production may require 4 months. To harvest seed, uproot entire plant when pods turn brown, but before they start to shatter. Hang upside down in a cool, dry, dark place. When foliage is dry, shake out seeds and dry completely before storing. "

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