Formal NameCuminum cyminum
Cumin (scientific name: Cuminum cyminum) is a native of Egypt and is an annual grass in the family Apiaceae. It is a kind of herb with a unique fragrance. The seeds are ground and used to flavor curry and meat dishes. In ancient Egypt, it was used as an embalming agent in the making of mummies.
Common name: cumin, scientific name: Cuminum cyminum, origin: Cuminum Egypt, Living type: annual herb, grass height: 20-40 cm, flower color: pink, white, flower diameter: 2-3 cm Flowering season: April.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeImparipinnate-Compound Leaf
Height20 ~ 40 [cm]
Diameter2 ~ 3