Quantity : 50 seeds
Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) is a tropical tree that is native to Africa. The fruit, which develops in bean-like pods, is edible and used as a spice in many food dishes.
The tree can be propagated by seeds that are started indoors in pots. Because tamarind seeds have a low germination rate, plan to plant at least twice a many seeds as the number of plants you want.
Fill a small bowl half full of warm tap water and place the tamarind seeds into it.
Set the bowl aside and allow the seeds to soak for two to three hours. Scoop the seeds out with your fingers and place them on a paper towel.