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Growing Cilantro
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Cilantro

250 Seeds

$ 2.79

(Coriandrum sativum) Popular herb is an essential ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. Plants grow to 3' before producing delicate white flowers that give rise to round, brown seeds commonly known coriander. This particular variety is slow-bolting, however if you intend to use the leaves for garden salsa, we suggest making successive plantings throughout the spring/summer to ensure that you have fresh cilantro as your tomatoes ripen. 50-55 days to harvest. 250 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE: After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4-6" apart, 1/4" deep in rows 18" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10 days. For continual harvests, make successive sowings every 2-3 weeks starting in late spring.
(Coriandrum sativum) Popular herb is an essential ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. Plants grow to 3' before producing delicate white flowers that give rise to round, brown seeds commonly known coriander. This particular variety is slow-bolting, however if you intend to use the leaves for garden salsa, we suggest making successive plantings throughout the spring/summer to ensure that you have fresh cilantro as your tomatoes ripen. 50-55 days to harvest. 250 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE: After danger of frost has passed, sow seeds 4-6" apart, 1/4" deep in rows 18" apart. Under ideal conditions, germination will occur in 7-10 days. For continual harvests, make successive sowings every 2-3 weeks starting in late spring.
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