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Cumin is a favorite herb among Mexican and Indian dishes. Very fragrant foliage that looks similar to dill. Goes well with salad mixes. Does best in Southern states but will do fine in Northern areas if started indoors early.

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How to Grow Cumin

The beautiful blush, pink flowers of the wonderfully fragrant Cumin plants are used to flavor many popular East Indian dishes! The beautiful foliage has a very aromatic smell that is similar to dill. This herb's young leaves mix very well into salads. Cumin grows best in warmer climates, but will produce seeds in cooler northern climates if started early enough.