A hardy annual herb with pungent, zesty, parsley like leaves, useful as a flavoring for salsa, guacamole, and Thai curry. If the herb is grown for it's leaves, then it is called Cilantro. If the plant is grown to maturity and allowed to develop flowers and seeds, it is called Coriander. Either way, the plant is useful in the kitchen herb garden.
- Add to salsa and guacamole
- Cut back frequently to discourage bolting and to use as Cilantro
- A fully edible plant for the herb garden
- A cooler weather plant that dislikes heat of summer
- Pot size: 3 in. pot
- We're sorry, but due to state regulations, this plant cannot be shipped to Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington
- Performs best in plant growing zones 4 to 10, when grown in other Zones, special care requirements will be required