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This is a step-by-step guide on how to grow cilantro in pots. Cilantro, also known as Coriandrum sativum, usually refers to the leaves of the plant, which you can use as a herb. In other words, cilantro and coriander are different parts of the same plant. Coriander, on the other hand, refers to the seeds, which are typically ground and used as a spice in various dishes and cuisines. This happens after the plant flowers and develops seeds.
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If you can’t imagine a Mexican dish without cilantro, learn now from Gardener’s Path how to grow your own supply of the tasty herb, weather permitting.
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See how easy it is to grow cilantro indoors or outdoors. You'll love having fresh cilantro right at your finger tips. Follow this easy guide that will show you everything you need to know about growing cilantro. Learn the cilantro basics and have fresh cilantro for all your delicious recipes.
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Teri Donald saved to Herb Garden
Known for its pungent aroma and taste, cilantro (Coriandum sativum) is an annual herb that grows well in loamy soil. Ideal for backyard gardens through U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 10, cilantro produces seeds that are known as coriander and are harvested in addition to the plant's leaves.
Susan Marko saved to Gardening
Cilantro is a herb that gives a distinctive taste and flavor to your food. Fresh cilantro can be obtained by seeds or transplant young seedlings.…
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Growing Cilantro From Seed is really a challenging task. Get the full process of how to grow cilantro from seed at The Gardening Dad to get 100% output.
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Cilantro, Coriandrum sativum: “Pharaoh’s Friend” Cilantro makes another winning argument for home-grown vegetables. This leafy herb, a cross-cultural superstar, fits in a pot on your windowsill, brightens up almost any savory dish, and smells wonderful while growing. The herb has been popular for centuries, earning mentions in Sanskrit texts and in the Bible. Ancient Egyptians buried their […]
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