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Cilantro / Coriander Seeds
Cilantro is distinguished by its delicate, lacy green leaves, which resemble flat leaf parsley. The leaves of cilantro are rounded, whereas the leaves of parsley are pointed. The Coriandrum sativum plant produces both cilantro and coriander. In the United States, cilantro refers to the plant's leaves and stem, whereas coriander refers to the dried seeds. Coriander seeds are small and spherical, with longitudinal ridges and a yellowish brown tint.
- Easy to grow annual that serves as an excellent kitchen staple
- Succession planting every two to four weeks will ensure constant cilantro for your kitchen
- Let some plants go to seed-you can dry them for use in future planting
- Adds a fresh zest to soups, salads, and beyond