Organic Coriander Seeds - Cilantro


Our Organic Coriander Seeds are GMO-free to help you grow healthy, nourishing coriander plants from seed. A staple herb for global cuisine, use your homegrown coriander in everything from curries to fajitas. Quick to grow and suitable for the UK climate, these Organic Coriander Seeds are a must-add to every herb garden.


Also known as Chinese parsley, Cilantro Coriander is one of the worlds most widely used herbs, gracing many cuisines for a good reason. Well-loved for its refreshing and unique flavour, coriander grows well in the UK’s climate and should be in your kitchen window or herb garden.

  • Pack size: 50 seeds
  • Time to germination: 10 - 21 days
  • When to sow and grow indoors: Year-round
  • When to sow outside: June - September
  • Spacing: 15cm
  • Soil preference: Moist, well-drained
  • Light preference: Full sun, part shade
  • When to harvest: Year-round

How to grow coriander from seed

Sow your coriander seeds shallowly two to a pot, or direct in the ground at a spacing of 10-15cm. Continue to sow every few weeks for a continuous harvest of fresh leaves. Always keep your plants well-watered as well as partly shaded in the summer to avoid bolting to seed. We prefer to sow and grow in pots, placed in small bowls or trays of water, a few centimetres deep, to keep cultivation and harvesting a simple and effort-free process.

Harvest after four to five weeks from sowing; into the autumn and year-round indoors.

What to feed your coriander plants

As coriander is a short rotation crop, any good quality potting compost will do fine.

Keeping pests away

Start indoors to minimise the damage caused by slugs and snails during the seedling stage. Coriander is sensitive to transplanting due to its taproot, and we find better success sowing in biodegradable coco coir pots, planting out, pot and all.

Bolting is the term used when the plant goes to seed at the expense of leafy vegetative production. This happens when the plant is stressed. Keep watered and provide some shade in the summer months to minimise this annoying effect. That said, the seeds are extremely useful as well!

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping & Delivery

Delivery Costs

UK, N.Ireland and Scotland:

- Spend over £45 for FREE UK delivery.

- £1.95 postage on unlimited packets of all small seed packs (excluding Microgreen Seeds and Sprouting Seeds)

- £4.90 postage on all Microgreen Seeds, Sprouting Seeds and all other equipment

- £6.85 postage on all orders of combined small seed packs and parcels under £45

Delivery Information

The prices quoted are for UK mainland addresses. Deliveries to parts of Scotland, the Scottish Highlands and Islands, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the Isle of Wight may incur an additional postage cost to the customer. In such circumstances, we will contact customers to let them know of any additional cost and offer the choice of whether to proceed or cancel their order.

Whenever possible, goods will be dispatched by Courier post within 3-5 working days from the date of purchase. Due to our delivery being outsourced, we cannot always guarantee next day delivery, so please allow for this. Please bear in mind there may be delays when ordering over weekends and national holidays when placing your order. If an order is needed for a definite date, please contact us prior to ordering, so we can advise beforehand.

In the event that you select a business address, we shall be deemed to have delivered your order to its intended recipient by delivering it to the reception area of the business address.

We will deliver to the address as you enter it and can not accept any liability for late or failed delivery if the quoted address is incorrect. Additional charges will be made for redirection or for re-delivery due to postcode error. We advise that if you are not sure of the address you should check it using the Post Office postcode and address finding service.