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Cilantro (Coriander)
Cilantro (Coriander)
Our Price: $2.49


Description Planting Information
The leaves of this plant are called cilantro, the seeds are called coriander. Grown in spring, this herb is often slow to germinate so keep it warm and moist. The plant has slender, erect stems with divided leaves. The leaves are particularly popular in the Southwest as an important ingredient in salsa and sauces. The bushy plant grows about 2 feet tall. It is one of the most ancient herbs used for flavoring and seasoning. This plant enjoys dry, warm climates. (Annual)

Packet size: 2 grams (approximately 150 seeds)

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