Cilantro leaves resemble flat leaf parsley and impart a thoroughly distinctive flavor to foods. Cilantro is used mostly in Mexican, Thai, Chines, and Indian cooking. Proving especially delicious alongside tomatoes and lime. The seeds (coriander) are an important ingredient in curry as well as pickling.
Culture: Direct seed cilantro/coriander in the garden early in the season. Cilantro/coriandor is easy to grow and can be sown every 3 weeks during the growing season to ensure a steady supply.
Seed Saving: Let the seeds completely mature and dry on the stems. Simply rub the coriander seeds off the plant and into a paper bag. Winnow or screen as needed to remove any chaff.