100 Fenugreek Seeds - Trigonella foenum-graecum

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Young sprouts of Fenugreek are often used in salads, while the ground seeds are a common ingredient to curry powder. The dried leaves are used to flavor Indian and Middle Eastern dishes. This erect aromatic annual produces richly scented, creamy yellow, pea-like flowers that will be a welcome addition to your herb garden!

Sowing: Fenugreek can be difficult to transplant, so direct sowing is the best option; this herb thrives in full sun and rich well-drained soil, but it will grow in nearly any kind of soil. A warm weather plant, it should be planted several weeks after the last spring frost. Sow the seeds thickly 1/4" deep, thinning to 4" apart when the seedlings appear. Germination should take place within a week; to improve the germination rate, soak the seeds overnight before planting. Fenugreek also makes an excellent container plant, and can be sprouted for microgreens.

Growing: Keep the soil consistently moist and control weeds. A layer of mulch may help with this, as well as protecting the leaves from too much soil contact. Fenugreek cannot tolerate frost, so if cold weather threatens provide protection.



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