Cilantro Seeds for Planting

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Premium Cilantro Seeds for Planting: Cultivate rich, aromatic cilantro in your garden with our top-grade, slow-bolting seeds. Perfect for organic herb enthusiasts. Order today for a flavorful harvest!

(100 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Cilantro Seeds for Planting: Fresh Flavors from Your Garden

Savor the rich, aromatic essence of homegrown cilantro with our top-grade seeds, specially curated for garden enthusiasts.

Our Cilantro Seeds are a cherished herb selection among gardeners, evoking the nostalgia of traditional flavors right in your backyard.

Experience the joy of cultivating your own herbs, knowing that these seeds promise robust plants and hearty yields, making them an ideal choice even for those new to gardening. Whether you’re looking to enhance your culinary creations, seeking organic gardening solutions, or simply want to dive into the therapeutic realm of herb gardening, these seeds are your gateway.


Cilantro Seed Planting Guide:

  1. When to Plant: Plant in late spring, after the last frost. Cilantro thrives in moderate temperatures.
  2. Soil Preparation: Choose well-draining soil. Enrich with compost to ensure it’s nutrient-rich.
  3. Planting Depth: Sow seeds approximately ¼ inch deep.
  4. Spacing: Space seeds about 6-8 inches apart.
  5. Watering: Water gently after planting. Maintain moist but not waterlogged soil.
  6. Sunlight: Cilantro prefers full sun but can tolerate partial shade.
  7. Harvesting: Harvest when the plant is about 6 inches tall for the best flavor.


Cilantro Seeds for Planting FAQ:

  • Q: How long does it take for cilantro to grow from seed?
    A: Typically, cilantro takes 3-4 weeks from planting to reach a harvestable size.
  • Q: Can I grow cilantro indoors?
    A: Absolutely! Cilantro can be grown in pots indoors, provided they receive adequate sunlight.
  • Q: What do I do if my cilantro starts flowering?
    A: Once cilantro flowers, its leaves may become more bitter. You can either harvest the plant before it flowers or allow it to flower and collect the seeds (known as coriander) for culinary use or future planting.
  • Q: Is cilantro a one-time harvest plant?
    A: Not necessarily. With regular harvesting and proper care, cilantro can be harvested multiple times throughout its growth cycle.


Enhance your garden’s diversity and culinary options with our Cilantro Seeds for planting; a step towards a fresh, homegrown burst of flavor in your dishes.

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Weight .4 oz

100 premium seeds in each packet.

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