Coriander growing in micro punnets contained within 330 X 245 mm trays, I harvest these like getting a haircut just trim the top leaves in a bunch, other leaves will grow to replace them. Click to hide.

Coriander seed are rather large in comparison to Rocket, and are slow to germinate, pre-soaking in warm water with some nutrient can accelerate the germination process. Click to hide.

Coriander at an early stage in micro punnets. Here we see the punnets sitting on top of a grill in a 470 x 170 mm rectangular tray. The advantage of the grill is that once the roots have grown through then you have a reservoir meaning less watering, personally I tend to not use the grill in this situation and just grow the punnets in the tray, the reason being is that it's easier to take the tray to the kitchen bench for harvest without having to worry with the possibility of excess water spilling. Click to hide.

Coriander at an early stage in micro punnets. Here we see the punnets sitting in a 470 x 170 mm rectangular tray(no grill). The tray is sitting in a bookshelf stand with sprout lights, you can see that the light is extended out from the shelf above and rotated so it shines back in, taking advantage of the reflective white surface of the cupboard that it is in. Click to hide.

Coriander at an early stage growing directly in the sprout tray which is covered with paper towel with the vermiculite as a growing medium, even though this will work I still tend to use the punnets as it seems to grow better and again easy to manage. With these trays I grow them in the tray base and then when the roots come through I add the grill. The tray is sitting in a stand with sprout lights. Click to hide.

Again Coriander at an early stage growing directly in the sprout tray which is covered with paper towel with the vermiculite as a growing medium. Here shown from the front where we have a double width stand with LED microlights. Click to hide.

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Coriander

$2.10$49.69

Coriander Sprouting Seeds (NZ) 90+% Germ. (not slow bolting), this pungent member of the carrot family is a favoured ingredient for Asian and Latin American cuisine. Not available for shipping to WA.

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Coriander Sprouting Seeds (NZ) 20g 90+% Germ. This variety is used specifically for Microgreens ready for harvest in 3 to 4 weeks see pictures.

(not slow bolting), this pungent member of the carrot family is a favoured ingredient for Asian and Latin American cuisine, including salsa and other Mexican dishes.

This variety is used specifically for Microgreens/vertical sprouts ready for harvest in 3 to 4 weeks see pictures.

The simplest way to get started is just purchase some seeds and one of our tray kits, which are very similar in functionality, the main choice would probably be the space you have available & or quantity you wish to grow. If you want to grow more than one tray, which would be recommended for this particular Microgreen, as you would probably want to cycle 4 trays so you had one tray ready each week, then we have a range of stands with optional LED lights (i.e. if you do not have a sunny window to place your Microgreens next to).

Or you can simply purchase the individual parts and start as small as you like e.g. a tray block of coconut fibre and some worm wee nutrient.

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Seeds for Sprouting Loose sprouts:- ie grown in our sprouting colanders or jars, you eat the leaf, stem & root Select Seed Name:- Alfalfa, Broccoli, Broccoli Organic, Fenugreek,  Radish DaikonRadish Red Arrow, Lentils Red,  ChickPea,

Seeds for Microgreens & Herb Leaf :- ie grown in a tray, you eat the leaf & stem Select Seed Name:- Snow PeaField PeaMassey Gem Pea , Radish DaikonRadish Red ArrowSilverbeet Ruby RedRocket ArugulaCoriander , Kale Red, Basil Genovese

Broccoli as a Microgreen

Seeds for Eating :- ie roast, add to cooking Make Tea Select Seed Name:- Fenugreek, Lentils Red,  ChickPea,

330x245mm Tray Kits

Basic kit 01 (Microgreen Rect. Tray 330x245mm) which gives you everything you need to get started except for the seeds. You get one tray plus a grill insert, 3 L of Vermiculite growing medium(crushed rock that has been heated to give it a popcorn like effect, good for holding air and water). 250 ml of bio activated organic fertiliser, 1 foldout insect trap, 1 Perspex tool for flattening the growing medium and pressing the seeds into it plus the option of a cover.. Select the Product Name button to go to that Product Or Click to hide.

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470x170mm Tray Kits

Basic kit which gives you everything you need to get started except for the seeds. Using 2 different colour tray options to support up to 6 punnets with or without covers. Select the Product Name button to go to that Product Or Click to hide.

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