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  • Dandelion with a pollinator friend

Culantro

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$7.50
Description

Often called Mexican Coriander but actually a different plant . Culantro can take the heat and prefers well drained conditions. A little on the thorny side, but if the leaves are sliced and then chopped, they are very tasty. Unlike other corianders, this variety dries well, retaining good color and flavor.Prefers full sun , Tender Perennial. Hardy to Zone 9.

Latin Name Eryngium foetidum
 
 
 
 
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