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Growing Coriander, also Cilantro, Chinese parsley

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14 Dec 08 John (Australia - temperate climate)
Melina we have been growing coriander for years. Like Jaci above, we just sprinkle the seeds in the garden,lightly cover them and keep the soil moist. Our crop has never failed. It does go to seed fairly quickly but all you have to do is collect the seeds and replant them. Give it a try, I'll be surprised if you are not successful.
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