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Cilantro / Coriander Seeds (Heirloom)
Heirloom cilantro is known for its beautiful, lacy green leaves that resemble flat leaf parsley. The heirloom cilantro leaves are rounded, whereas the parsley leaves are pointed. Both cilantro and coriander are produced by the Coriandrum sativum plant. Cilantro refers to the plant's leaves and stem, while coriander refers to the dried seeds. Coriander seeds are tiny, round, and yellowish brown in color, with longitudinal ridges.
What we love about planting heirloom cilantro
- Thrives in bright, sunny areas
- Great for succession planting offering a continual harvest
- Harvest the entire plant for versatile uses
- Wonderful flavor, known as a kitchen garden staple