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  • Cilantro 4 Inch

Cilantro 4 Inch

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Genetics determine if one loves or hates the taste of cilantro. Those who enjoy it will find uses for it in world-wide cuisines.

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Studies show that a fondness for cilantro is influenced by genetics. Those who lack specific genes may find cilantro soapy tasting and unpleasant. For those who love cilantro, this herb is worth growing during the summer and into the fall. Leaves and the tender stems can be used to flavor soups, stews, and dips. Save the leaves for fresh salads and as a condiment. Throw the tougher stems or sad-but-still-usable cilantro into soup stocks. Once cilantro bolts, let the seeds form, dry, and save - a fresh supply of coriander! 

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Common Name Cilantro, Coriander
Culinary Uses Use fresh in salads, salsas, and dips, or cooked. A favorite in Asian, European, Mideastern, and Latin cuisines.
Harvest Time Flavor is at its peak before leaves turn feathery and flowers start to form. Harvest individual leaves as needed.
Mature Size Up to 2 feet tall and 1 foot wide
Growth Rate Fast
Cold Hardiness 40 ° F
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Upright clump
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