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Porophyllum (Peruvian Coriander)

Peruvian Coriander, Bolivian Coriander, Quirquiña, Kili or Pápaloquelitey belong to a small Central and South American genus in the daisy family (Asteraceae). Most species are strongly aromatic annuals and their spicy leaves are used in various typical salsas. All are easily grown, losely branching annuals with almost petalfree tuberous flowers and greyish-green to glaucous leaves. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun.
Sow flat on any rich, well drained soil at some 20°C to 27°C in early spring. Transplant to the garden at the end of spring as soon as night temperatures stay above 15°C. Aternatively and in colder regions grow in pots in a greenhouse or wintergarden.
20 seeds per package.
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Porophyllum ruderale ssp. macrocephalum (Peruvian Coriander)

Porophyllum ruderale ssp. macrocephalum (Peruvian Coriander)

100 (150)cm, Broadleafed Peruvian Coriander is slightly taller and later flowering than the species and has larger, strongly aromatic, light green leaves which are used in various typical salsas in Central and South America. The annual Porophyllum ruderale ssp. macrocephalum is easily grown in any rich, well drained soil in full sun. Sow in early spring at some 20°C to 27°C. Transplant to the garden towards the end of spring to early summer. In colder regions preferably grow in grow in pots in a wintergarden or greenhouse in order to induce flowering and to harvest your own seeds for future sowings. VIII-X.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package9012 € 3,99
Porophyllum ruderale ssp. ruderale (Peruvian Coriander)

Porophyllum ruderale ssp. ruderale (Peruvian Coriander)

80 (120)cm, Peruvian Coriander is a losely branching annual with strongly aromatic, dark greyish-green leaves which are used in various typical salsas in Central and South America. Porophyllum ruderale ssp. ruderale is easily grown in any rich, well drained soil in full sun. Sow in early spring at some 20°C to 27°C. Transplant to the garden towards the end of spring to early summer. In colder regions preferably grow in grow in pots in a wintergarden or greenhouse in order to induce flowering and to harvest your own seeds for future sowings. VII-IX.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package9011 € 0,99*
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