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  • Cilantro has to be re-planted every two weeks.
  • Michelle Lee Asheville, NC
    That would explain it. Thank you!
  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    As an alternative to the sow-every-two-weeks strategy, try this growing method from the folks at Sunset magazine:


  • Michelle Lee Asheville, NC
    Thank you so much Douglas!!!!! I will try that!!!
  • Joyce Santa Fe, TX
    Loved reading the tip from Douglas Hunt. I'll try the ideas this Spring. I love using fresh Cilantro.
  • Jackie Disz Sycamore, IL
    Definitely worth a try. Thanks for the tip.
  • Sarah Nave San Jose, CA
    Do CIlantro seedlings look like that when they first sprout? I ask this because thats not what mine looks like and I am wondering if the seed envelope was mis printed
  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    The first leaves look different, Sarah. There's a good photo here:


  • Sarah Nave San Jose, CA
    Douglas Hunt when should that second set of leaves being to sprout? My seedlings are pretty tall, almost outgrowing the green house they're in and all I have are the first set of longish looking leaves
  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    Cilantro grows fast, Sarah. I don't think it should take that long for the second set of leaves to form. Are your plants getting enough light?
  • Sarah Nave San Jose, CA
    as of today, I have cilantro looking leaves!
  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
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