Item No. 291898

Bot. name: Coriandrum sativum
Characteristics: Spice plant with a very intensive taste used in soups and meat dishes.
Cultivation & care:

Care instructions


The ecobag contains a contains coconut fiber granulate, clay granulate and a bag with organic seeds.

  • Use scissors to cut the bag open about 1 cm below the seal.
  • Now open the seed bag, sprinkle the seeds on the soil, and cover slightly with soil.
  • Place the bag on a small plate and water the ecobag carefully by pouring about 150 ml of lukewarm water into the bag.
  • Keep the ecobag in a bright, warm place and water moderately until plants are germinating (approx. 50 ml about every 3 days). Make sure that the granulate doesn't dry up – avoid waterlogging!
  • After about 14 to 20 days the cilantro will start to germinate. Continue to water moderately.
  • After about 7 to 9 weeks, you can harvest the first cilantro leaves continuously.
  • As soon as the plant gets too big (after about 6-8 months), the ecobag can be planted entirely into a flower pot with some soil, or outdoors. The ecobag will slowly decompose and turn into a valuable fertilizer.

 6,95 / Pcs.

incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Herbs & vegetables



Details for reseller


  • unit dimensions: 22 x 13 cm; ca. 100 g
  • minimum quantity: 30 ecobags per box
  • packaging unit: 6 pcs. per plant variety or per design


  • coated kraft paper (corn starch layer on the inside)

Available languages

  • German, English, French & Italian

Shelf life & storage

  • at least 2 years when stored in a dry place
  • lucky clover: max. 3 months (flower bulbs!)

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