Full, bulky plants provide a high leaf yield. In our trials, Calypso was 3 weeks slower to bolt than . Avg. 3,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
(Coriandrum sativum) Popular in Mexican cuisine, this herb is a must for all salsa and chili recipes, delicious and flavorful. Contains 100 heirloom seeds
SECTION: Herbs, Cilantro (Coriander), Coriandrum sativum Annual. Major seasoning herb in Mexican, Chinese cuisine. The leaves’ unique flavor adds fresh taste and zest to salsa, salads, beans, egg rolls and other dishes. Seeds are used as flavoring in cakes, catsup, sausage, stews, curry. A great attraction to pollinating insects. Plant in warm garden soil. Drought-resistant; can't handle wet conditions. One packet will plant 16 sq ft when using 5" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: A/Spacing 5" SEEDS PER PACKET: 125 SOURCE CODE: O APPROX GERM…
This annual herb has an unmistakable strong, sharp scent and taste that has become the staple ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. A member of the carrot family, Cilantro Santo grows slow and steady, allowing you to keep harvesting leaves when others have already bolted to seed. After the 2- to 4-inch pale cream flower umbels have formed, allow them to go to seed. Cut and dry the heads, harvesting the seeds and using them as the spice coriander. Coriander can be used whole or ground in curries, Oriental dishes, and savory baked goods.Cilantro is not fussy about soil;…
(Coriandrum sativum) This is a slow bolting version of Cilanto/Coriander that produces flavorful leaves over a longer period. Contains 100 heirloom seeds
Slow bolting with a pungent taste. One 4" round disk fills out a (sold separately) perfectly. Avg. 46 seeds per disk. Avg. 45 seeds per disk.
Coriandrum sativum Once thought by the Chinese to confer immortality, coriander is now used to enhance salsas and curries with its sweet, spicy flavor. The leaves are used in Latin American cooking and are usually referred to as cilantro. Germination code: (2)
Annual. Seeds used in baking. Frilly leaves used in Mexican dishes. $2.49
A favorite for Mexican foods. Use both seeds and leaves. Annual. 45 DAYS. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
British breeding on this essential and increasingly popular herb/salad leaf. 'Calypso' is a 'cut and come again' leaf: The plant can be cut back and allowed to regrow at least 3 times through the summer due to its extremely low growing point. Grown only for leaf, not seed. Good bolt resistance. 50 days.
A unique coriander producing carrot fern-like leaves. Has distinctive coriander taste with increased sweetness. Plants are quick maturing, producing plenty of leaf that can be used as a 'cut and come again' salad leaf, or when fully mature. 6-24in. 28 days.
This annual herb has an unmistakable strong, sharp scent and taste that has become the staple ingredient in salsa and other Mexican dishes. A member of the carrot family, Cilantro is a very quick grower, but Longstanding is the slowest to bolt of all, giving you extra time to harvest those delectable leaves and seeds!This Certified Organic variety sports 2- to 4-inch pale cream flowerheads, which eventually set seed. The heads can be cut and then dried to harvest the seeds as coriander for use in Oriental dishes, curries, and more.Cilantro is not fussy about soil. Just plant in any…
Santo is an extra-slow-bolting selection grown for its leaves. Direct seed every two weeks for a continuous supply of fresh leaves. Avg. 2,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
Santo is an extra-slow-bolting selection grown for its leaves. Direct seed every two weeks for a continuous supply of fresh leaves. Choose organic or nonorganic seeds. Organically grown. Avg. 3,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
Cilantro "seeds" are actually fruits that contain 2 or more seeds. These monogerm seeds have been split in half, giving a high seed count per pound as well as allowing for more precise planting. Avg. 5,300 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
Specifically bred for leaf production, Santo is slower to bolt as it warms up. Succession plant for continuous supply. In milder climates greater time windows of production are possible such as fall sowing for spring harvest. Be sure to always direct seed, but can also be let go to seed for coriander or as an insectary.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?