This an annual slow-bolting strain is grown primarily for its broad, deep green, celery-like, pungent foliage.
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How to Grow
Cilantro grows best in a spot that gets full sun in the morning and partial shade in the afternoon. Prepare the soil: Cilantro prefers well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. You can mix some compost or aged manure into the soil to improve its quality. Plant the seeds: Sow the cilantro seeds directly into the soil, about 1/4 inch deep. Space the seeds about 6 inches apart. Water regularly: Cilantro needs consistent moisture to grow well. Water the plants regularly, especially during hot weather. Harvest the cilantro: Once the cilantro plants have grown to about 6 inches tall, you can start harvesting the leaves. Snip off the outer leaves with a pair of scissors, leaving the inner leaves intact.