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Old July 10, 2015   #1
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Default secrets of growing cilantro?

Do you have to sow it often and thickly? I'm used to planting herbs and forgetting about them until I want to use them, and this approach does not work for cilantro!

My partner (not a gardener) offered to look after some plants for someone else for a month or so, and one pot is the dreaded cilantro. It's up a couple inches, and was kept in the house. We don't really have a sunny window. What's the best way to keep it happy?

My own cilantro has long since bolted, and I haven't gotten around to planting more.
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