Sowing fenugreek

Growing spices
January 11, 2010

Testing if the spice seeds from your kitchen are vital, is a good way to save money and try new plants.
They'll not germinate always, but it's worth trying.

FenugreekA quick way to test your seeds is putting them on a wet paper towel, and wait.
Read more about the scottex method in the post: Chili sowing.

This fenugreek sprouted very soon, and nigella (or black cumin) and poppy sprouted too in a few days. I used them on homebaked bread, (like this Spiced Millet Bread) and I can't wait to see the plants grow.

Sowing fenugreekPick the seeds and sow them...

Newborn fenugreek...then just wait for the plants!

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