Mid-season variety 35-40 days for leaves. The plant produces very flavorful leaves and seeds. This variety has more foliage than other varieties. Seeds are used as a pickling spice and leaves are used in omelets, fish dishes, and salads or as garnishes. Large, fragrant, green leaves can be dried for later use. Flowering after 70-80 days. For continuous harvesting, it is recommended to sow in 10-15 days intervals. Use fresh and dried.