Cilantro Coriander Seeds

  • 400

{ coriandrum sativum }

An annual Native to southern Europe, Coriander is known in North America as Cilantro. It was brought to Britain by the Romans and has been cultivated as an aromatic spice since ancient times. Growing to 1–2’, it carries delicate umbels of flowers that are pale purple and white. The entire plant is edible.

50+ cilantro seeds from our Ontario Farm.

{ planting instructions }

Direct seed ½" deep , spaced 1" apart in rich, well–drained soil. Firm soil over seeds. Thin to 8" apart when 3" tall. Best to direct sow as cilantro does not transplant well. Full Sun.

100 days.
90% germination

{ the dirt }

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