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Confetti cilantro

Confetti cilantro

Confetti cilantro

Confetti cilantro

Confetti cilantro

Confetti cilantro is a new variety, and the celebration is on! The lofty, feathery leaves bring an unusual visual appeal to the cilantro plant, plus a pleasant taste and texture. The unique taste and look of this variety is strongest when the plant is young, so it’s best harvested as a baby green. Confetti cilantro’s texture also means less chopping and it also makes an eye-catching garnish with Asian and Latin American dishes.

Sun exposure:

  • Full sun to part shade

Soil pH:

  • 6.2 to 6.8

Hardiness Zones:

  • 2 to 11


  • Sow 3 inches apart, no need to thin
  • Space rows 12 inches apart


  • 1 inch per week depending on rainfall


  • Unusual texture and appearance, especially when young
  • Grows 12 to 24 inches tall
  • Attracts beneficial insects
  • Matures in 30 to 35 days for baby leaf harvest
  • Great flavor and texture sprinkled on tacos and soups; delicate appearance makes a pretty garnish

Have you ever grown Confetti cilantro? Please tell us about your experiences with Confetti cilantro.


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