100-120 Days. Cuminum cyminum. Annual. Heirloom. Open-pollinated. Similar to coriander, mustard, caraway, and anise, Non-GMO heirloom cumin seeds are just as popularly cultivated for its seeds as it is a culinary garden herb grown to maturity. Native to the temperate Mediterranean, open-pollinated cumin is now largely grown in China and has since been embraced for its robust eathiness and sweet bitterness, an heirloom spice essential to a variety of international cuisines including Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican. Cumin herb garden seeds mature into a lacey and elegant 12-18" tall looking very similar to the classic ornamental Queen Anne's Lace. Wholesale paper packets and bulk seeds available. ~8,500 seeds/oz.