Cilantro

$9

Coriander
Coriandrum sativum

Most of the world refers to this herb as coriander or Chinese parsley. Due to genetics, 14% of the global population thinks this herb tastes like soap. But hey, give it go if you're looking for another way to add powerful antioxidants into your diet.

Sunlight:Direct light 4-6 hours/day (indoor) or partial shade (outdoor).


Water:Keep consistently moist and let water drain thoroughly.


Pets:Safe for pets. Go ahead and add some flavor to their meals too.


Grows:Harvest once plant is at least 3-4 inches tall.


Gifts:Everything's edible from the stems to the leaves.


Pro-tip: Cilantro tends to have a short life cycle. In order to maximize harvest throughout the season, plant new growth every 2 to 3 weeks and pinch back young leaves an inch to encourage growth.

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