Where and how are you germinating it? I think you get the most control
from using grow lights and a heating pad turned on low. Connect lights,
and pad to a timer to simulate normal daily cycles of heating and
cooling. Once you have a seedling, move it to a larger pot, and then
replant outside when conditions permit.
Google for Cilantro, coriander, Chinese parsley, not the same as
culantro, but close
Grows in similar climates as lettuces....cool,sunny. Growing
hydroponically is a very easy method and mostly what you would buy in
the store for .50 a bunch.
Make sure you didn't just get someone's old coriander spice seeds from
It's dead easy to grow. It grows each year in my garden as a result of self
seeding. As tough as old boots but it prefers cool weather to hot so it's
spring and autumn in temperate/mediterranean climes.
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