Culantro herbs… simply drop the “I” and add a “U” and you have an entirely new herb to cook with! Culantro herbs display serrated leaves that are both long and wide like the leaves of Broad Leaved Sage, but grow low to the ground like that of a Dandelion. The scent of Culantro is similar to Cilantro, but these hard to find herbs offer a much stronger flavoring in culinary dishes. Culantro is native to the Caribbean and is primarily sought after to flavor things such as rice & beans, stews, or even soups and some Asian dishes as well.
FRESH SEED – All Culantro garden seeds packaged by Seed Needs are intended for the current growing season. If stored properly, these seeds can be used in the following growing season with great success.
PACKET DESIGN – Each seed packet displays a beautiful illustration on the front side and comes complete with detailed seed sowing instructions on the reverse side. Each packet measures 3.25” wide by 4.25” tall and is accompanied with a QR code for easy reordering.
MODERATELY EASY TO GROW – Culantro Herbs are a little difficult to establish from seed, but if you follow the directions on the packet, they aren’t too difficult to get sprouted and are very rewarding.
SHAREABLE – Share your seeds with friends and family! Twin packs by Seed Needs offer a generous amount of seeds in each paper packet and are usually shared.
QUALITY – All seed packets distributed by Seed Needs LLC are packed on demand in the mitten state of Michigan. This means that the seeds in stock are always the freshest for the year of and are constantly being replenished from reputable growers.