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Cilantro Coriander Organic Herb Seed

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The plant is Cilantro while the seeds are Coriander. The leaves have a distinctive flavor and are used in salsa's or as a garnish in salads and soups. The seed is used in meat and seafood dishes, as well as a condiment for flavoring bread, cookies and cakes. Plants will be lace leafed, grow 2 ft. tall and have rosy, lavender blossoms. This variety does not bolt as readily as the strains that are bred specifically for seed production. The plant flowers quickly, leaving a harvest of large firm seeds.
  • Harvest seeds in late summer by cutting seed heads when ripe
  • Spread seed heads on trays to dry in sun
  • Thresh by hand and store in jars, the seed odor dissipates in storage
  • Heirloom herb that can be grown in containers
  • Seeds contain no GMOs
  • Germination rates exceed USDA standards
  • Botanical name Coriandrum sativum
  • Use Ferry-Morse seed, providing seed to the world that's guaranteed to grow since 1856
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Q:How many seeds does one bag contains? How much does one bag weight?
by|May 21, 2017
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A:  Thank you for your question. We fill our seed packets based on seed weight and seed weight can vary by lot number. For this variety we fill each packet with 2.25 grams of seed that will equal approximately 150-175 seeds per packet. Our best to you this gardening season.

by|Aug 27, 2021
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    Q:Can this Organic Seed be planted in the month of January
    by|Jan 7, 2017
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    A:  Thanks for your question. Cilantro can be grown indoors any time of the year. If planting directly in your garden soil it depends on what climate zone your located in for best time. If planting directly in the garden you need to wait until all chances of frost has passed and soil is warm. Looking across all climate zones it can range from February - May. if your in a deeper southern zone you can plant again in early fall or August -September. Hope this helps and our best to you this gardening season.

    by|Apr 5, 2019
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      Product grows great, didn’t have to put much effort in at all. Just grabbed these seeds and some miracle grow soil and within a couple days, I had healthy cilantro sprouting!
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