Coriander care self watering
Potted Herb Care
- Indirect sunlight
- Warm environment
1. Remove herb from pack & place into our self watering pot.
2. Fill the pot with water.
3. Refill when water is below level of terracotta disc.
- Full sunlight
- Wind free
- Water daily
Coriander does best outdoors when grown from seed.
1. Plant it in the spring after the last frost date or in the fall. It is best to chose a sunny site that will allow cilantro to self-seed.
2. Plant the seeds in light, well-drained soil and space them 1 to 2 inches apart.
3. Water regularly to keep the seeds moist during germination.
When to Harvest
Coriander can be harvested as soon as stalks reach five inches in height.
When the weather gets warm, the plant will quickly finish its life cycle and grow a long stalk which will produce blossoms and later seeds.
Little plants will sprout during the season and the next spring.
How to Freeze
Chop into small pieces.
2. Cube tray
Press pieces into an ice cube tray half-filled with water.
Place the tray in your freezer. Can be kept for 4 to 6 months.
Cut Herb Care
- Can be refrigerated
1. Keep the product in it’s mini-greenhouse packaging.
2. Snip off what you need and continue to properly store the remainder.
3. Lasts 7 to 10 days.
How to enjoy it
Before use, rinse under cold running water.
The flavour and health benefits are lost when introduced to heat so coriander is most often enjoyed in uncooked dishes.
Use the stalks and leaves for a more intense flavour.