With the right knowledge and the appropriate growing settings, you can achieve that successful cilantro germination. So, once you must have achieved growing cilantro from seeds and it begins to germinate, what we would like to know is what exactly does it look like when it sprouts? This post will give you an idea of how cilantro looks like when it sprouts.
After about 7 days or less of sowing cilantro seeds, you should begin to notice some white sprout emerging from the seed planted. You can easily check this out by slowly exposing the soil with your fingers and uncovering the seeds.
Cilantro’s foliage can be harvested continually and you can enjoy the cut and come again feel. Ensure you cut back the entire leaves so they can grow back. You should harvest the leafy stems near the ground level.