Coriandrum sativum (45-50 days) This annual herb can be harvested at the leaf stage for cilantro or as seed for coriander. Its distinctive scent and taste make it a staple ingredient in Mexican salsa and cuisine. Easy to grow, prolific, flat leaves, slow to bolt and flower, and grows to 12-18". Snip top 2-3" leaves. For season-long harvest succession planting is suggested.
Planting Depth: 1⁄4 - ½ inch; keep soil moderately moist. Plant spacing: 8-12" apart, 18-24" between rows. Plant every 3 to 4 weeks for continuous supply. Days to Germination: 8-10 days; Partial Shade/Full Sun.