Caraway - Seeds & Bulbs

Carum carvi

The taste of fresh caraway seed is like a combination of dill and anise with a tangy, nutty flavor. Use them in breads, soups & stews. The leaves can be sprinkled in salads. The roots can be cooked used like parsnips or sliced and eaten raw. One packet will plant a 30-foot row.

Plant Type: Biennial. Seeds are produced the second year.
When to Sow Outside: In spring, as early as the soil can be worked.
When to Sow Inside: Not recommended - does not transplant well
Seed Depth: 1/2"
Seed Spacing: 4"
Row Spacing: 2'
Days to Emerge: 5 to 10
Thinning: When 1" tall, thin to 12" apart.

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