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by Triss on July 16, 2006 11:37 AM
My cilantro plants have gone to seed. Unfortunately they are also very droopy and looking horrid in my porch planter. Will my seeds be viable if I clip and hang the stalks now or do I need to wait for them to dry first? Right now the plant is full of green pods.

Thanks!

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by tkhooper on July 22, 2006 12:40 AM
I think you have to wait Triss. Sorry to say it.

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by Triss on July 22, 2006 05:53 AM
I am waiting. It looks so awful. Next time I will plant near the back of the garden and not right up on my porch.

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by jimmydreams on July 24, 2006 01:49 AM
Cilantro ( coriander) is a cool weather crop and so goes to seed when night temperatures stay above 50 degrees. Let your seed get slightly brown. Since the plant struggles at this time, minimize watering so as not to rot the plant before some of the seed matures and try to keep the plant in a cool location.

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