Sold in 3 inch pots.
These seeds were shared with us with fellow Gardening Goddess Brandi Mack who brought them back from her recent trip to Zambia.
Cilantro is a classic Mexican herb and an important addition to herb gardening for every chef. The foliage is called 'Cilantro' while the seed is called 'Coriander'. A popular culinary in Asian and Mexican cuisine, Cilantro is a very versatile herb to grow but bolts quickly in the heat. Planting in partial shade or by succession planting is the best way to make sure you have lots of Cilantro to last you all summer long.