Fenugreek, Common (Trigonella foenum-graecum) seeds, organic

$3.95$28.00

Family:  Legume (Fabacea)

Annual.  Native to the Mediterranean.  Aromatic foliage bearing white flowers with distinctive blue markings.  Seed is warming to the digestive tract.  Absorbs toxins.  Lowers cholesterol level in the bloodstream.  Good for sprouts.  Breaks up heavy clay soils–contributes nitrogen and organic matter.  Direct-seed late summer to early spring.  Germinates in cold soils.  200 seeds per packet,  100g contains appx. 6,000 seeds and covers 500 sq ft.

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    Somer

    I live in Hawaii zone 12 with very heavy clay soil so hoping this will help out. Is it best to cold start these seeds then sow direct into field or better to plant in nursery and transplant? Thanks for all you wealth of knowledge looking for to volume 2 of growing plant medicine. Mahalo

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Somer,
      Thanks for contacting. Yes, fenugreek will help. I have seen this growing in the tropics and germinating in warm soils. The cold soil info is just for temperate zone growers who might not have warm soil. Another option is compost which is known as the cure for clay. Richo

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    Suehisa Kurou

    Suehisa Kurou (verified owner)

    When I opened the seed pack, good smell stimulated my stomach and fascinated me to cultivate of these fenugreeks. I moistened seeds and put them cold storage (5-10 C degree) for vegetables one night and left in the dark and cool (10 – 15 C degree) place two days. About 93 % germinated. Thanks for Strictly Medicinals giving good seeds. From now, its depend on my care whether these fenugreeks grow well or not. I’ll report the results.

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