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Organic Caribe Cilantro
Organic Caribe Cilantro
Organic Caribe Cilantro


 
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Dense, dark green bunches of Caribe's aromatic leaves are growing in our garden every month of the year. We select for late bolting, slight stems and high vigor as well as cold hardiness.

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Organic Caribe Cilantro Dense, dark green bunches of Caribe's aromatic leaves are growing in our garden every month of the year. We select for late bolting, slight stems and high vigor as well as cold hardiness. Cilantro sown in September consistently overwinters for us here in the Finger Lakes yielding the sweetest, most tender cilantro as soon as the snows melt. Indeed, cilantro grows best for us in the cool months and to get high quality cilantro throughout the summer we successively sow every three weeks. To encourage the innate bolt-resistance in our cilantro, only direct sow and never transplant your seed and be sure to offer ample, even water when it's dry and especially when it's hot.

20 days baby leaf
40 days full leaf

Coriandrum sativum
Seeds to Always Direct Sow

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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  


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long-lasting cilantro November 14, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Geneseo, NY United States  
I have a hard time getting cilantro to grow, but this one did well for me. The cool summer surely had something to do with it. I'll assume this cilantro is genuinely slow to bolt, though, and will grow it again.

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Caribe Cilantro November 13, 2016
Reviewer: Laurie Davis from Chambersburg, PA United States  
Grew fine until the hot weather hit

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