Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is a short-lived annual herb with bright green, feathery, flat leaves that look very similar to flat-leaved parsley. Leaves can be harvested at will after they grow to a mature size and then continuously as ... READ MORE
As our night-time temperatures cool down in fall, I am always pleasantly surprised at how herb plants respond. After languishing in the heat of summer, dropping leaves, and looking rather straggly, herbs take on new life and begin putting out ... READ MORE
Cilantro or coriander (Coriandrum sativum) can be grown as an alternative crop which can be grown alongside your collard greens this winter.
Coriander was named after the bedbug emitting the same odor, and it is commonly named cilantro. ... READ MORE