Cilantro, also known as coriander, has thousands of uses in the kitchen throughout the stages of the plant. We use the leaves in salsas, salads and pesto and the edible flowers add a beautiful look and flavor as a garnish. The dried seeds are used crushed in many recipes and cilantro is a great companion plant attracting beneficial insects.
(Approximately 50 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: sow 3 seeds 1/2" deep every 6" a few weeks before last frost date. Full sun. Successive sowing every 3 weeks until frost for a summer supply of cilantro.