Cilantro going wild


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I've been hoping this would spread, but it's growing tall and flowing and not looking cilantro like. Is there something wrong with it? Am I screwing it up somehow?

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Cilantro or Coriander or Chinese Parsley is a cool weather crop. It is just bolting or making flowers and going to seed. When the seeds drop and go every where you will have wished you had pulled it up before now.
 
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Good to know. Thankfully it can't do much damage where it is on the deck,so most will drop in useless areas anyway. If it makes it to the lawn,I imagine regular mowing will keep it from getting out of hand and it will go away after a season. That's a guess though! I would like a better bunch in the planter.
 
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Good to know. Thankfully it can't do much damage where it is on the deck,so most will drop in useless areas anyway. If it makes it to the lawn,I imagine regular mowing will keep it from getting out of hand and it will go away after a season. That's a guess though! I would like a better bunch in the planter.
Start new seeds in October and transplant about XMASS.
 

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