This cilantro variety is strong and pungent with slow bolting characteristics perfect for San Diego. It will continue to produce throughout the season if allowed to reseed.
Slow Bolt Cilantro Seed
This slow bolt cilantro was developed especially for its ability to keep producing tons of foliage before it goes to seed. All cilantro has a tendency to bolt but after years of selection and improvement on this variety, this slow bolt cilantro has earned its title!
Recommended Plating requirements: Cilantro is not a fussy plant and can do well in almost any amended soil. This plant is easily direct sown into the garden with attention to weed competition. Cilantro is a cool-season plant and will produce the most foliage when grown in the cooler wetter months of the year.
Growing Recommendations: Cilantro prefers moist soil so watering is important. Dry soil can cause cilantro to go to seed prematurely. If this happens simply harvest the seeds for fresh coriander.
Harvesting and storage: To harvest simply cut cilantro leaves and stems for your use. We recommend the cut and come again method to keep cilantro producing succulent foliage for use as a herb. Unfortunately, cilantro does not keep well, so harvest as needed.
Learn how to hard cilantro for the longest harvest period possible.
|Days to Germination:||7-10|
|Days to Maturity:||25-35+|
|Height at Maturity:||6″|
|Lighting Requirements:||Full Sun|
|Dimensions||5.00 × 5.00 × 1.00 in|