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Oh, the joys of cilantro! With notes of lemon-lime, a grassy parsley-like flavor, and just a hint of spice, cilantro has an unmistakable taste. Unless you’re among the small, but significant, part of the population that can’t abide cilantro (likely due to a genetic difference that perceives the herb… READ MORE
You can easily grow cilantro from seeds, seedlings, or cuttings, indoors or out. Cilantro has a relatively brief lifecycle. It sprouts quickly in the cooler months, is ready to harvest in as little as 30 days, then bolts and flowers under the hot summer sun. READ MORE
Cilantro loves sunshine and loamy, well-draining soil, but cilantro is delicate and also needs part shade, especially in the afternoon sun. Cilantro does best in soil that has a pH between 6.2 and 6.8. As long as the soil drains well, cilantro plants seem to be fairly adaptable. READ MORE