Annual. 30 days to cilantro (leaf), 90 days to coriander (seed)
Harvest the shining, smooth leaves before the plant flowers for use as the culinary spice Cilantro in cooking and in salsa
Plant prefers full sun and regular garden soil
We count each sphere as 1 in order to give a full packet count, but we also recommend rubbing the seed on a hard surface or between 2 blocks of wood to break it apart before planting. This stimulates it, and gives a higher and faster germination
Harvest for leaf prior to flowering
Traditional usage (TWM): Chelation of heavy minerals. Harvest the seeds and use them as Coriander, a curry ingredient and spice.