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Cruiser Cilantro

Cruiser Cilantro

Cruiser Cilantro

Cruiser Cilantro

Cruiser Cilantro

This medium-growing cilantro is popular for its sturdy, leafy stems, perfect for making bunches to sell at the market. Cruiser cilantro is also slower to bolt than standard cilantro varieties. It is taller than many other cilantro plants with flowers reaching up to attracts bees and other pollinators.

Sun exposure:

  • Full sun to part shade

Soil pH:

  • 6.2 to 6.8

Hardiness Zones:

  • 2 to 11

Spacing:

  • Thin to 8 to 12 inches apart
  • Space rows 12 to 24 inches apart

Moisture:

  • 1 inch per week depending on rainfall

Notes:

  • Slow to bolt
  • Grows 18 to 30 inches tall
  • Attracts beneficial insects
  • Matures in 45 to 55 days
  • An all-purpose cilantro for any cuisine.

Do you grow Cruiser cilantro? What do you like about it? Please tell us about your Cruiser cilantro.

Comments
  • I have purchased cruiser cilantro but I’m having a hard time finding details on it which will determine just where I put it in my garden. Is it a hybrid seed or Heirloom? Is it perennial or annual? … thank you

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