Tender leaves of this tap-rooted annual are indespensible for flavoring guacamole, salsas, gazpacho, and more.
Cilantro is easy to grow from seed in low, wide bowls; you just snip off outer leaves when plant reach about 8 inches tall. Plants need light shade in hottest climates. All zones.
Cilantro grows and flowers quickly. Keep it coming by succession planting every couple of weeks.
How to grow cilantro