A nutrient rich, easy to grow, annual herb with multiple cooking and medicinal uses. A mainstay in Mexican, Asian, Mediterranean recipes. The plant's leaves are generally referred to as Cilantro while the seeds are called Coriander. Expect plant heights between 12 – 36 inches. One benefit from it's strong smelling plant aroma is it attracts many beneficial insects to your garden. The 1st leaf harvest is between 50-55 days and seed harvest ranges from 90-120 days. This variety is slow bolting but keep in mind, plants in containers may tend to bolt a little sooner. Plant in direct sun but NOT near beans or tomatoes due to possible negative results.