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Product Description

Coriandrum sativum

Essential for preparing Mexican, Caribbean, and Asian cuisines, harvest fresh leaves when plants are 4–6 inches tall. Flowers attract beneficial insects and produce Coriander seed.

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Quick Facts

Plant Size: 2–3 feet

Hardiness: Hardy Resseding Annual

Sun: Full

Seed Planting Depth: 0.25 inch

Days to Harvest: 45 days

Good for Container: Yes

Seed Origin: Open Pollinated

Easy to Grow: Yes

Water: Moderate

Days to Germinate: 7–21 days

Plant Spacing: 2–4 inches

Edible Flower: Yes

Growing Guide

GROW GUIDE CONDITIONS:
Cilantro is a warm season crop that is almost always direct seeded outdoors every few weeks throughout the summer (after all danger of frost has passed).

GROW GUIDE SEED:
Plant seeds ¼ inch deep, 1–2 inches apart in 4 inch wide bands, and keep evenly moist.

GROW GUIDE HARVEST:
Harvest in 6 weeks for all of your cooking needs.

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