Cilantro & Coriander : Slow Bolt Cilantro
Slow-bolt, spicy cilantro
Deliciously spicy, pungent, bright green leaves essential for Mexican and Asian dishes. This slow-bolt strain holds better than any other at the leaf stage.Apiaceae Coriandrum sativum
Sow the seed 1/4" deep in cool soil and 1/2" deep in warm soil.
Germinate4-6 weeks before LFD
While Cilantro is easiest to grow outdoors, you can still start some early indoors to get a jump start on the growing season, or if pests are affecting your Cilantro seedlings when directly sown.
1. Sow seeds 1/4" deep in flats or individual containers. Keep the soil moist during germination.
Last Frost Date04/08/13
Harden Offon LFD
Place seedlings outdoors every day to allow them to acclimate to outdoor temperatures. Each day, extend the amount of time they are left outside. This will "harden them off."