Cilantro - you love it or you don't! Cilantro is an indispensable herb in Mexican cooking. It's tasty in salsa, bowls, and soups too.
If left to flower, cilantro is a fantastic plant for beneficial insects.
Cilantro will bolt (go to flower) when temperatures approach the mid 20's. For this reason, consider planting multiple sowings for an extended harvest. The mature cilantro seeds can be harvested as coriander.
A few variety highlights:
Santo Long Standing: slower to bolt
Get more details on each variety by checking the associated brand's website....or call us at 250-967-4325 for specific recommendations to meet your needs.
- West Coast Seeds (WCS): https://www.westcoastseeds.com/products/santo-long-standing
- Aimer's Organics (AO): https://www.oscseeds.com/product-category/aimers-organic-herbs-and-veg/
- Pacific Northwest (PNW) - no digital listing available. See the complete variety listing PDF in the sidebar of our Seeds Page (pnw_seed_variety_details.pdf)