Cilantro
Cilantro
Cilantro

Cilantro Seeds & Plants

While cilantro is the name for this plant’s leaves and stem, the dried seeds are known as coriander. The citrusy flavor of both make them key ingredients in Mexican and Asian cuisine.

  1. Cilantro (Coriander)
    Cilantro (Coriander)
    For Asian and Mexican dishes. Certified Organic.
    $5.45 - $13.25
    As low as $5.45

    Plant & Seeds & Seeds & Farmer’s Market Seed & Farmer’s Market Seed

  2. Cilantro, Calypso
    Cilantro, Calypso
    The slowest cilantro to bolt available.
    $5.95 - $8.32
    As low as $5.95

    Seeds & Plant

  3. Cilantro, Confetti
    Cilantro, Confetti
    A more subtle version of the classic herb for Asian and Mexican dishes.
    $4.95

    Seeds

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Cilantro is a Popular Herb (Coriander)

Cilantro (also known as coriander) are a very popular herb used for culinary dishes and cooking. Cilantro is commonly used in Asian, Indian, Middle eastern, and Mexican dishes. There is also a distinctive difference between Cilantro and Coriander. In North America, Cilantro refers to the parts of the leaves and stalk of the plant, whereas Coriander are the seeds of the plant.

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