Cilantro Slow-Bolt Heirloom Herb Seeds
holds in leaf better than other strains,
but make several sowings to yield
a constant fresh supply of the green lacy leaves
as they do not dry well.
This slow-bolt strain holds better
than any other at the leaf stage!
When your plants do flower,
scatter the tasty flowers on salads.
The tender young leaves are used in Salsa
and in Mexican and Asian dishes.
Deliciously spicy, pungent bright
green leaves are essential
for Mexican and Asian dishes.
Nothing tastes better in the summer than
fresh salsa with freshly picked cilantro.
Try adding cilantro to
potato salad for a fresh new taste.
Days To Maturity: 55-60
Approximately 100 seeds per packet.
Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum
Seeds are sown directly in the garden
once all danger of frost has passed.
It also does well as a container plant
on a sunny porch or balcony.
Stems are weak and
the plant may require staking.
Cilantro bolts quickly.
Plant successive crops every 4 weeks
for a ready supply all summer.