Plant Information

Santo Cilantro Sativum

Santo Cilantro Sativum
Grower Information

Common Name: Cilantro, Annual Herb
Spacing: 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm)
Height: 12 - 24" (30 - 61cm)
Width: 12 - 18" (30 - 46cm)
Exposure: Sun
General Information: Santo is fast growing with broad, celery-like stems that are perfect for bunching.
Its unmistakable sharp scent and taste have made it the staple herb in salsa and other Mexican dishes.

Idea & Tips: Pinch back young plants an inch or so to encourage fuller, bushier plants.
Snip off the top part of the main stem as soon as it appears to be developing flower buds or seedpods.
Cilantro has a short life cycle and bolts quickly (develops seed) in hot weather.
Once it sets seeds, the plant quickly starts to degrade.
Available as organic.
Grower Information: One of the most popular fresh herbs, this cilantro is fast growing and slow to bolt, so you can harvest later into the season. Its unmistakable sharp scent and taste have made it the staple herb in salsa and other Mexican dishes.