How to Grow Cilantro

Cilantro is an easy to grow herb that is perfect for gardeners of all levels.

With minimal effort, you can have a plentiful supply of this popular herb in your own backyard.

Learn how to grow cilantro in your garden and never buy it again!

Types of Cilantro

Here are a few varieties to try: Slow-Bolt Calypso Jantar Santo

How to Start Cilantro From Seed

Start by soaking the cilantro seeds in water overnight. This will soften the hard outer coating and allow them to germinate more quickly.

When to Plant Cilantro

Cilantro prefers cooler temperatures and will do best when planted in early spring or late summer.

Where to Plant Cilantro

Cilantro grows best in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. It needs at least 6 hours of sun each day.

How to Plant & Care for Cilantro

If you’re transplanting cilantro into your garden, dig holes 3 to 4 inches (7.6 to 10 cm.) apart and place the plants in them. Water thoroughly after transplanting.

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