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Cilantro

Cilantro

(Coriandrum sativum) Cilantro, also know as coriander. This herb is fast becoming the most popular herb in America. The foliage is called Cilantro, while the edible seed is known as Coriander. Cilantro is popular in Mexican and Asian cuisines.
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The Slow Bolt Cilantro is an easy to grow variety that has a great flavor! This variety gets its name for being slow to bolt; bolting means that the plant starts to produce the seed, rather than growing more leaves. This cilantro is a pungent member of the carrot family that is a favored ingredient for Asian and Latin American cuisine, including salsa and other Mexican dishes. The Slow Bolt Cilantro's mature, spicy dried seeds, coriander, are a staple of Indian cooking.

The highly aromatic, rich and spicy Cilantro adds the perfect flavor to any cuisine! This popular herb now also comes in organic seeds. This plant can be harvested for both the cilantro leaves and coriander seeds. The unique flavor of this cilantro is bold and bright with a touch of citrus undertones. Cilantro is the perfect herb for a patio container or herb kit in a window sill, sow every ten days for a continuous harvest.

The highly aromatic, rich and spicy Cilantro adds the perfect flavor to any cuisine! This plant is ideal for harvesting both the cilantro leaves and coriander seeds.The unique flavor of this cilantro is bold and bright with a touch of citrus undertones. Cilantro is the perfect herb for a patio container or herb kit in a window sill, sow every ten days for a continuous harvest.

Herb plants arrive healthy and ready to transplant. Once your plants arrive open the box immediately and take plants out. Water thoroughly until water drips out the bottom. Set your plants outside in a shady location for 24 hours. The following day your herbs will be ready to plant in the garden. Please use instructions on the plant tag for specific planting instructions. Plants have all ready been hardened off and ready to plant. Herb plants will be ok to sit for a week or so but should be planted as soon as possible.Inspect your plants to make sure they were not damaged during shipping. If there is any damage please give us a call immediately.All edible plants, vegetables and herbs, are grown under the guidelines of CNG (Certified Naturally Grown). We use a fish fertilizer seaweed and other natural nutrients to grow our transplants. No synthetic fertilizer is used in the growing process. If you have any questions about how we grow our plants please let us know!About CNGCNG producers don't use any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMO seeds, just like organic farmers. We took the USDA's Organic standards as a starting point for our produce, to minimize confusion. To learn more about the guidelines and philosophy of Certified Naturally Grown please visit their website.