Open-pollinated. Cilantro/coriander is becoming one of the most popular fresh herbs in the US for its distinctive taste and versatility. The leaves (cilantro) usually resemble parsley and impart a thoroughly unique, spicy bite to foods. Cilantro is used mostly in Mexican, Thai, Chinese, and Indian cooking, proving especially delicious alongside tomatoes and lime. The seeds (coriander) are an important ingredient in curry as well as pickling. Cilantro/coriander is easy to grow and can be sown every 3 weeks during the growing season to ensure a steady supply! Stocky, well-branched plants deliver almost unbelievable yields of fragrant, delectable leaves, packed with flavor! Special Instructions: The more you cut, the quicker new growth arrives! Long-season!
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Open-pollinated. Cilantro/coriander is becoming one of the most popular fresh herbs in the US for its distinctive taste and versatility.
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Easy to cultivate, this herb carries a bright, spicy, bitter flavor. It can also be used as a beautiful garnish.
Open-pollinated. The pickling spice. The largest of the dill varieties. Particularly suited to the seasoning of omelet, cheeses, pickles, and soups. Pungent seeds are a much for your pickling brine.