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How to Grow Coriander at Home Garden

How to Grow Coriander at Home Garden

How to Grow Coriander at Home Garden and Growing Tips Every Gardener Should Know.   

Coriander is one of the most consumed leafy vegetables and its easy to grow in every home.       

Common Names: Chinese parsley, dhania or cilantro, kothimera

Number of Seeds: Approximately 600 seeds for 10 grams

Germination Time: 8 to 10 days

Harvest Time : 30 Days

 Coriander is easy to grow in any type of vegetable garden

Sowing Season:

  • All Seasonal.

Soil Requirements: 

  • The right type of soil is very important as nutrition’s are required for the growth of the plant. 
  • Mix of soil requires red soil, Vermicompost and Coco peat in respective ratios (40: 40: 20). Also add handful of Neem cake to each pot to keep the soil pest free.

Container Specification:

  • Take Container/Grow bag with minimum 6-inch height.           
  • Preferably 12X6 Or 18X6 inch Grow bags or even bigger as per requirement

How to Sow:

  • Sow your seeds 12-14 cm apart at a depth of 1⁄2inch (1.3 cm).
  • Keep soil moist to speed germination and encourage quick growth.
  • Sow the 1-2 seeds per pit.
  • Water regularly.
  • Seedling takes place within 4-6 days from the date of sowing.

Plants Caring:

  • Coriander needs at least 2 to 3 hours Sunlight

Pest Control: 

  • Check the plants regularly and spray neem oil and Panchagavya to keep the insects away.
  • Add handful of compost for every 10-15 days for each pot to make sure soil has enough nutrition’s to grow plants.


  • Harvesting of Coriander can start after 4 to 6 weeks of sowing.
  • Do not wait too long to harvest or wait for larger leaves; bitterness will set in quickly after maturity.
  • In coriander we can have both multi cut and single cut verity its depends upon the type of seed you select
  • Multi cut crop, which means Coriander grow back after cutting and you can harvest up to 3 to 5  cycles and depends upon the soil nutrients. Usually, we can harvest every week from the first harvest.
  • After couple of cycles growth of new leaf’s slow down and it’s the time to clean up the container and if required change the soil or add some vermicompost to the container and take the seeds and start grow again.

Growing Coriander from seed to harvest at Home

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