Coriandrum sativum. Annual. 2'.
Called "Chinese Parsley" and in Mexico known as "Cilantro". In both cases the leaves are used extensively in cookery. Cilantro Santo produces lush vegetative growth and is slow to bolt particularly when direct sown. Grow this variety for its leaves and choice flavor.
Planting Directions: Plant outdoors after last frost. Space plants 8 to 10 inches apart. Sow at 2 week intervals for a steady supply of fresh Cilantro. Water moderately on a regular schedule. Plant in full sun but can tolerate light shade especially in southern regions
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