Viewing post #266148 by KactusKathi
|I grow cilantro here in AZ and it's really hot here. If you are starting with plants and not seed then that is your problem.
Go to you local grocery store and in the Mexican food section you will see bags of spices hanging. Pick up a bad of Corriander (cilantro) for about one dollar. Scratch up the dirt in a section of your yard and throw the seeds down. Water as you would when seeds are planted and enjoy in a couple of weeks. The more you cut them back the longer they will grown and produce. Let them go to seed and you will have more plants.