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Nigella sativa - Black Cumin - Seeds

Nigella sativa - Black Cumin - Seeds, 1 packet

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Ranunculaceae. Middle East to North Africa and Asia. H 0.4m x L 0.2m. Z7. Annual. Small plant cultivated for its aromatic seeds (Black Cumin), used as a spice (bread, curry dishes), as a source of essential oil, as insect repellent (mites), and as a remedy : Anthelmintic, Carminative, Diaphoretic, Digestive, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Galactagogue, Parasiticide and Stimulant. Easy to grow, loving heat and full sun, here is an oriental spice that you can easily produce in your garden. It blooms early summer with insignificant, small, greenish flowers with slightly bluish stains.

CAUTION: Do not confuse Nigella sativa with Nigella Damascena, commonly grown as ornamental for its pretty flowers, white blue or pink, but which seeds are not edible!

Sow Black Cumin seeds in late May. Full sun exposure. Weed regularly until fully grown. Nigella sativa seeds are harvested in late summer, when the fruits are ripe and start to open. 1 packet of 50 seeds.

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Nigella sativa - Black Cumin - Seeds

Nigella sativa - Black Cumin - Seeds

Nigella sativa - Black Cumin - Seeds, 1 packet

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