Perhaps the most versatile of all the culinary herbs, Coriander (Cilantro) can be used to add fresh and delicious flavor to almost anything _ from soups, salsas, and salads to meat and fish! Coriander (Cilantro) is very easy to grow from seed. An annual, Coriander (Cilantro) is best planted outdoors and will sometimes self-sow under favorable growing conditions. This is split seed.
Cilantro, coriander and Chinese parsley are all common names for this herb. Regular seed is actually the whole seedpod that contains two or more seeds. For mono germ or split seed, the pods are split open to collect the single seeds.
For example, whole cilantro will have 2-3 seeds per pod.
For mono-germ or split seed, the pods are split open to collect the single seeds. When it's split, each section should only have 1 or 2 seeds which makes it go a lot further.
If you want to grow cilantro, you can start the seeds indoors six to eight weeks before the average last frost date in your area. You can either use grow lights or a sunny window to water your seedlings. You can transplant the seedlings into your garden once it reaches two inches in height. It will thrive when the soil temperature is 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
Growing cilantro is easy, and the plants are low maintenance. You can plant them in a container, veggie garden, or raised bed. Both the leaves and seeds are edible. Cilantro can also be used as a medicine for many ailments. These include hypertension, fever and infertility. Epilepsy can also cause seizures. It prefers cooler climates and grows slowly.
1 Packet: 5g
1 Gram ~ 70-90 seeds
1 Pound ~ 32,000 seeds