1000 culantro NGO GAI Sawtoothfitweed, spiritweed, Stinkweed, Duck-Tongue herb, Sawtooth, or Saw-Leaf herb, Coriander Herb Seeds Recao Sawtooth Mexican Coriander Herb SeedsRegular price $9.99 Save $-9.99
|Plant or Animal Product Type||Vegetable|
|Material Feature||GMO Free|
|Special Feature||Extended Bloom Time|
|Expected Blooming Period||Spring|
|Sunlight Exposure||Full Sun|
|Product Care Instructions||Water|
|Number of Pieces||1000|
About this item
- Culantro is easy to grow but needs attention and patience to be successful with. The three critical conditions are warm soil - 80-85°F, seeds on the surface of the soil – never covered, and a consistently moist soil. If you meet all three conditions, your seeds should start sprouting in 14 - 16
- Thai Culantro Sawtooth seeds Recao Herb seeds recommended for Latin America / Thai / Asian Cuisine Organic Garden Seeds
- Culantro Seeds Recao sawtooth Mexican coriander Eryngium foetidum
- Growing cilantro from seed. The standard directions are to sow cilantro about 1 cm deep, but there is no need to get scientific about it. Just cover the seeds and keep them moist. You can plant cilantro in rows for easy harvesting or you can spread the seed over a wider area and rake it in.
- Cilantro seeds do well when the temperature of the soil does not exceed 75°F (about 24°C). Early spring and late fall are usually the preferred times to plant cilantro seeds. The seeds thrive well in cooler temperatures and will tend to germinate and mature too quickly in hot weather.
- They need about an inch of water per week. They should germinate in about 2 to 3 weeks. As cilantro grows so quickly, you should plant a new batch of seeds every 2 to 3 weeks to ensure that you have a fresh supply of cilantro throughout the growing season.
- Package included: 1000 seeds + 1 bandana motorcycle mask
sawtooth coriander mexican culantro seeds Culantro Seeds Long Coriander Thai Parsley Seeds Culantro is a biennial herb grown as an annual that is indigenous to the American tropics and West Indies. The plant thrives best in well irrigated shaded conditions. Shaded areas produce larger and greener leaves with a better appearance and higher pungent aroma.