Coriander-Cilantro Herb Seeds (500mg)

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Coriander-Cilantro Herb (500mg) Description:
With Coriander-Cilantro seeds, you can grow two fragrant spices. Grow Cilantro to use in salads, sauces, and salsas. Grow Coriander Seed to season a wide range of dishes. Patriot Seeds are 100% heirloom. The seeds are open-pollinated, so you can grow, harvest, and replant your Coriander-Cilantro crop for years to come. These hardy herbs can be grown in most regions. When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds.

Herb: Coriander-Cilantro Planting Instructions:
Planting methods differ depending on whether you want to grow cilantro or coriander. For coriander, sow seeds in full sun. For cilantro, an area with partial shade is necessary. Plant seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep and 8 to 12" apart after the danger of frost has passed. For a continuous crop, plant every three weeks.

Herb: Coriander-Cilantro Harvesting Instructions:

Again, methods are different for coriander and cilantro. Harvest cilantro before the seeds form. Cilantro can be dried, but the dry herb is less fragrant. Fresh leaves and stems are very aromatic. It is not recommended to freeze cilantro. Cut the stems and place them in cool water. Cover the cilantro with a plastic bag and it should save in the refrigerator for up to a week. Harvest coriander seeds in the summer as they ripen. If the seeds are left on the plant, it will bend over and the seeds will rapidly become overripe and the quality will suffer. Coriander seeds can be dried and ground into a spice for use in cooking.

Did You Know This About Coriander-Cilantro?
Coriander grows more fragrant with age. Coriander/Cilantro is the most widely used herb in the world and is a staple in many world cuisines. In Ancient Egypt, Coriander was believed to be good food for the afterlife.