Rani Cilantro Seeds
Cilantro is also known as coriander and Chinese parsley. Rani cilantro is a highly productive variety that resists bolting (tolerates hot summers). The fresh leaves and seeds taste great. Matures in 50 days.
How to Grow Cilantro
Cilantro prefers full sun and well draining, moist soil. Directly sow seeds outdoors after the last frost has past, or in late summer. Sow cilantro seeds 1/4-inch deep, 6 inches apart, and in rows 10 inches apart. Once the plant is large enough, fresh leaves can be harvested at any time. The plants will mature in 50-55 days.
Harvesting Coriander Seeds
Coriander seeds can be harvested when the seedpods turn brown. Cut the stems which can be stored in a paper bag to finish the ripening stage. Keep in a cool, dark place for a couple weeks.