A favorite variety of cilantro for many, this slow bolting variety has fine stems and milder flavor than our “Leisure” variety. You will fall in love with cilantro after growing this variety.
Cilantro, Sabor ORGANIC
$3.50 – $19.99
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A favorite variety of cilantro for many, this slow bolting variety has fine stems and milder flavor than our “Leisure” variety. You will fall in love with cilantro after growing this variety. This seed was grown and selected for drought and heat tolerance on our San Diego certified organic farm.
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. The most common mistake that growers make is planting cilantro during the longest days of the year when it bolts quickly. For maximum success with cilantro plant in the cooler parts of the year and harvest frequently.
Growing Recommendations: Cilantro prefers a moist soil so water 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. Unfortunately, cilantro does not keep well, so harvest as needed.
|Days to Germination:||7-10|
|Days to Maturity:||25-35+|
|Height at Maturity:||6″|
|Lighting Requirements:||Full Sun|
Package Weight: 3 gram
Approximate seed count per pack: 150 seeds
Area to sow: Approximately 30″ bed (this takes into account thinning)
|Dimensions||5.00 × 5.00 × 1.00 in|
1 ounce, .25 lb, Packet, .5 lb, 1 lb