Cilantro garden. When planting cilantro indoors its best not to transplant plants from your garden. Sow cilantro seeds 14 inch deep directly in the garden in late spring or early summer. You can preserve cilantro by freezing it in bags.
Plant cilantro in a bed devoted to herbs where it can reseed or in a corner of the vegetable garden. Growing cilantro is a delicate plant to grow but is very doable when one takes simple precautions such as avoiding direct intense sunlight preparing the seeds properly and avoiding needless transplanting. In mild climates cilantro makes a handsome winter companion to pansies.
Sow seeds or thin to 6 to 8 inches apart in rows spaced about 1 foot apart. Gardening starter set with everything a gardener needs to easily grow 5 plants thyme basil cilantro parsley and sage. Natures blossom herb garden kit 5 herbs to grow from organic seeds.
Growing cilantro indoors can be as successful and flavorful as growing cilantro in your garden if you give the plant a little extra care. How to grow cilantro in this article. I freeze spinach and basil all the time.
Cilantro coriandrum sativum is used in a great many different dishes particularly mexican and asian dishes but despite the growing popularity for this dish in cooking you dont see cilantro growing in the home garden as much as you do other popular herbs. Gardening starter set with everything a gardener needs to easily grow 5 plants thyme basil cilantro parsley and sage. Preserve cilantro preserve cilantro by freezing.
This may be due to the fact that many. Provide plenty of moisture and feed cilantro plants with a water soluble fertilizer when they reach about 2 inches in height. Because it is only lightly dried it refreshes in cooking giving you the closest flavor appearance and aroma to that of fresh herbswithout the wilt guilt.
Their leaves will withstand a light frost. Soil planting and care.