Love fresh cilantro for your salsas and other Mexican or Asian recipes, but frustrated by its desire to bolt and go to seed? This variety produces flavorful leaves over a longer period than some other varieties, making it a great choice for incorporating into the edible landscape, the herb garden or containers. If left to flower, it attracts beneficial insects. Its dry seed is also known as coriander. 3" pot. Coriandrum sativum 'Slowbolt'
Herb • Z10 • H16-24"xW6-12" • Spring or Mid to Late Summer • Sun-Part Shade