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Cultivar Notes - 'Cumin'
Few U.S. home gardeners grow Cumin in their herb gardens. So, it may surprise you to learn, that Cumin is the second most popular spice in the world! Cumin plants belong to the Parsley family. They grow tall and have thin, slender dark green leaves. Cumin is grown for its seeds, which are preceded by pink or white flowers. Cumin has a nutty, peppery, pungent flavor with a rich aroma and high oil content.