|No reviews yet. Be the first.|
Cilantro leaves provide an essential sweet, pungent contrast in Mexican food.
Your order is protected with the LocalHarvest money back guarantee.
A versatile herb grown for both in leaves called cilantro and its seeds called coriander. Cilantro leaves provide an essential sweet, pungent contrast in spicy Mexican dishes. Coriander seeds add a pleasing citrus aroma and flavor to soups, pickles and baked goods.
Sow: Seed outdoors in a sunny location after all danger of frost has passed.
Days to Germinate: 7-14 Depth to Sow: 1/4" Seed Spacing: 6-12" Type: Annual
Thin seedlings when they are 3" tall with a final spacing of 12 inches apart.