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Mexican Cuisine Vegetable Herb Seeds

Mexican Cuisine Vegetable Herb Seeds

The North American country of Mexico has awed us with bright, bold, flavorful recipes for centuries.

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About Mexican Cuisine Vegetable Herb Seeds

The North American country of Mexico has awed us with bright, bold, flavorful recipes for centuries.

Some of the popular dishes from Mexican cuisine that are appreciated worldwide are tacos, enchiladas, tortilla chips, tostadas, and more smothered in dips and spreads like guacamole and salsa.

Here are some of the must-have seeds to grow vegetable and herbs in your garden to whip up some mouth-watering fresh Mexican dishes:

  • Cilantro: Popularly known as coriander in India, it's a vital ingredient for Mexican cuisine. Coriander has long taproots. Sow it in a 10-inch deep pot, with sufficient space between the seeds. Soak the seeds in prior for best results.
  • Oregano: A popular herb in Italian and Mexican cuisine, having an oregano plant in your garden is an added plus. Oregano seeds can be potted and placed at your window sill or balcony. During harvest, remember to snip the leaves from the base first and not the new shoot.
  • Chilli: Let alone the spiciness of Mexican cuisine, chillis are an essential garden staple in itself. Germinate them in a seed tray before transplanting to speed up the process.
  • Thyme: Aromatic thyme is essential for marinades. Sow the seeds in a pot with six-inch space between each seed, as it's a vigorous grower.
  • Tomatoes: Tomatoes form the base for salsas. They are easy to grow in pots, provided there is sufficient soil volume. Choose a large pot of 18-24 inch diameter. Ideally, sow them during summers.
  • Purple Cabbage: Purple cabbage salad or slaw is a common side for Mexican cuisine. Sowing cabbage is relatively easy, and the result is rewarding. A well-prepped moist soil with organic matter is all that it needs.

Either start seeds indoors and transplant to the outdoor garden in four weeks or directly sow it outdoors in spring.

You can place your order for all of the above mentioned Mexican cuisine vegetable and herb seeds from our Nursery Live website and start your journey to growing fresh organic herbs and vegetables at home.