Cilantro

(Coriander sativum) Both leaves (cilantro) and seeds (coriander) are used in Chinese, Indian, and Mexican cuisine. Plant monthly successions. Difficult to germinate in hot weather — sow in shade, or keep soil covered and cool until seeds emerge. Self-seeds well in cool weather. Cold-hardy to 15F. Medicinal: known in Chinese medicine as ‘yuan-xu-zi’ (Chinese parsley), the seeds are used as a diaphoretic and appetite stimulant. Pkt. (1g, 90 seeds)

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-May, September-November 

Central Florida: January-May, September-December

South Florida: January-May, September-December

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(Coriander sativum) Both leaves (cilantro) and seeds (coriander) are used in Chinese, Indian, and Mexican cuisine. Plant monthly successions. Difficult to germinate in hot weather — sow in shade, or keep soil covered and cool until seeds emerge. Self-seeds well in cool weather. Cold-hardy to 15F. Medicinal: known in Chinese medicine as ‘yuan-xu-zi’ (Chinese parsley), the seeds are used as a diaphoretic and appetite stimulant. Pkt. (1g, 90 seeds)

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-May, September-November 

Central Florida: January-May, September-December

South Florida: January-May, September-December

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