Heirloom Herb Cilantro
Quick growing heirloom whose spicy-sharp flavored lacy leaves are a real flavor booster at the table – a critical ingredient in salsas. Sow often for continual harvests. Blossoms attract pollinators.
How to Grow
In early spring, sow Cilantro seed directly into well-drained fertile soil 1 to 2 inches apart in rows 8 inches apart in full sun. Cover 1/2 inch deep and firm soil over seeds. Keep seed bed evenly moist as seedlings emerge over 10 to 20 days. Make new sowings every few weeks until mid-summer for continuous harvests of fresh leaves.