We have had great success growing cilantro in winter months. Under a floating cover it thrives and produces right through the spring. With the heat it bolts, producing flowers, and then does not taste so good.
Cilantro was planted again in the seed starting area. The seeds sprouted, grew nicely (to about 4 inches tall) and then were transplanted to a bed. And it hated the move, it just fell over and looked horrible.
We will have to give it a few more days to see if it is really truly dead. The rain that has fallen might just revive the roots and the tops, or we might just need to replant that bed. Seems cilantro prefers one spot and not so much moving around. So noted.
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