Caraway Seeds Carum carvi
For best results, caraway seeds should be planted in dry, well-drained soil. Caraway is a versatile culinary herb that is commonly used in breads – particularly rye bread, and also occasionally to flavor cheeses such as havarti. Caraway is also used to spice certain sweet-tasting liqueurs. Caraway can also be cooked as a root vegetable much like parsnip or carrot.
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Name: Caraway Botanical Name: Carum carvi Life Cycle: Biennial Height: 18" - 24" Light Requirement: Full Sun Uses: Aromatic / Culinary - Baking, soups, stews - all parts of the plant are edible, roots are used similarly to carrots Sowing Method: Direct Sow, Caraway does not transplant well Seeds per Pound: NA Hardiness Zones: 4 - 10 Ships: Year-round Amount Recommended Coverage Packet Up to 30 Sq. Ft Ounce Package Up to 150 Sq. Ft 1/4 Pound Package Up to 600 Sq. Ft 1 Pound Sack Up to 2,500 Sq. Ft 5 Pound Sack Up to 12,500 Sq. Ft
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