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Cilantro, heirloom seeds, herb seeds, organic seeds, herb garden, open pollinated, companion planting, gardener, coriander seeds, garden

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One seed packet filled with organic, open pollinated, heirloom seeds grown and collected by hand on our small scale farm. A beautiful and loving gift for both expert and aspiring gardeners, as well as a creative, environmentally conscious alternative to conventional seed.

In an effort to save on paper and ink, planting instructions can be found below. Printed instructions are available by selecting the option for our planting information postcard. A beautiful postcard including the main listing photo for this seed variety, plus detailed planting instructions on the back.

{cilantro}
Coriandrum sativum
40+ seeds

{about}
Cilantro or Coriander is an annual herb native to southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. All parts of the plant are edible and contain antioxidants, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are most commonly used in cooking. The flowers of cilantro attract beneficial insects

{planting information}
Days to Germination: 4-14 days
Days to Maturity: 55
Lifecycle: annual
Sunlight: full, part sun
Height: 2 ft.
Spread: 6"

{how to plant}
Start sowing cilantro as soon as the ground can be worked. Seeds should be planted about 1/4 inch deep. Spring and fall are the best times to grow cilantro, since the heat of the summer sun will speed up the process and your plants will bolt to seed quickly. The soil should be well drained and moist for optimum growth. Plant seeds a few inches apart in an area of your garden that gets both sun and shade, preferably morning sun and afternoon shade. Planting them close together will give your cilantro plants a bit of extra shade to keep the roots cooler, longer.

Cilantro plants grow and go to seed very quickly, so you'll want to plant them continuously throughout the growing season; every three weeks or so to maintain your crop. Once the roots consistently reach 75 degrees, the plant will start to seed.

Seeds are packaged in 100% recycled, 20% post-consumer waste brown kraft envelopes. Thank you for recycling again.

{more information}
Each seed packet you buy helps to support The Kirk Estate – the 19th century haunted farmhouse and surrounding property where we live that has been preserved for five generations. We believe in living a self-determined life, connecting directly with the natural elements, and the wild magic contained within plants, animals, and landscape that is to be discovered when you allow them to chart the path. This is why we work our small scale farmstead the old fashioned way -without chemicals or petroleum intensive machines -only farming practices that help to enhance the land, the environment, the wildlife, and the people that dwell on it. find out more here: www.thekirkestate.com | www.thekirkestate.wordpress.com | @thekirkestate
One seed packet filled with organic, open pollinated, heirloom seeds grown and collected by hand on our small scale farm. A beautiful and loving gift for both expert and aspiring gardeners, as well as a creative, environmentally conscious alternative to conventional seed.

In an effort to save on paper and ink, planting instructions can be found below. Printed instructions are available by selecting the option for our planting information postcard. A beautiful postcard including the main listing photo for this seed variety, plus detailed planting instructions on the back.

{cilantro}
Coriandrum sativum
40+ seeds

{about}
Cilantro or Coriander is an annual herb native to southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. All parts of the plant are edible and contain antioxidants, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are most commonly used in cooking. The flowers of cilantro attract beneficial insects

{planting information}
Days to Germination: 4-14 days
Days to Maturity: 55
Lifecycle: annual
Sunlight: full, part sun
Height: 2 ft.
Spread: 6"

{how to plant}
Start sowing cilantro as soon as the ground can be worked. Seeds should be planted about 1/4 inch deep. Spring and fall are the best times to grow cilantro, since the heat of the summer sun will speed up the process and your plants will bolt to seed quickly. The soil should be well drained and moist for optimum growth. Plant seeds a few inches apart in an area of your garden that gets both sun and shade, preferably morning sun and afternoon shade. Planting them close together will give your cilantro plants a bit of extra shade to keep the roots cooler, longer.

Cilantro plants grow and go to seed very quickly, so you'll want to plant them continuously throughout the growing season; every three weeks or so to maintain your crop. Once the roots consistently reach 75 degrees, the plant will start to seed.

Seeds are packaged in 100% recycled, 20% post-consumer waste brown kraft envelopes. Thank you for recycling again.

{more information}
Each seed packet you buy helps to support The Kirk Estate – the 19th century haunted farmhouse and surrounding property where we live that has been preserved for five generations. We believe in living a self-determined life, connecting directly with the natural elements, and the wild magic contained within plants, animals, and landscape that is to be discovered when you allow them to chart the path. This is why we work our small scale farmstead the old fashioned way -without chemicals or petroleum intensive machines -only farming practices that help to enhance the land, the environment, the wildlife, and the people that dwell on it. find out more here: www.thekirkestate.com | www.thekirkestate.wordpress.com | @thekirkestate

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We are an heirloom farmstead growing all of our flowers, herbs, and vegetables organically. All of the herbs used in our soaps have been grown here, and the seeds are grown out on our farm. Because the environment is important to us, we do our very best to produce as little waste as possible, turning all farm waste into compost for our gardens and using recyclable or post-consumer waste recycled packaging for our shipping products. Shipping envelopes are SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) Certified, upcycled bubble wrap is used whenever possible, and new bubble wrap is made from 40% recycled content. Any packing peanuts included are reused, and are biodegradable whenever possible. Thank you for continuing to recycle on your end.

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Due to the hygienic and perishable nature of our items we can not offer returns or exchanges. However, if you are unhappy in any way with your purchase please contact us.

In compliance with regulations, customers based in the EU have the right to cancel an order within 14-days of receiving an item.

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Complementary gift notes are available upon request.
In an environmental effort to save ink and paper, a printed invoice is not included with your order. If you would like a receipt to be included with your purchase please let me know before your item is shipped.

Planting instructions are included under each listing. Printed instructions are available by selecting the option for our planting information postcard. A beautiful postcard including the main listing photo for each seed variety, plus detailed planting instructions on the back.
Because our seeds are separated by hand and not machine, expect to see some plant chaff mixed in with your seeds. This organic plant matter will break down naturally in the soil. All of our seeds and herbs are grown using organic, sustainable, and natural farming practices. No fertilizers or chemicals are ever used. Plants are only fed homemade compost, sun, rain, and limited Village water when necessary. Seeds are packaged in one of a kind handmade envelopes made from recycled paper, or in 100% recyclable kraft envelopes in order to reduce the amount of waste that surrounds our products.
Seeds are hand packed to ensure you receive only the healthiest seeds. Please familiarize yourself with growing conditions and instructions for your seeds before you plant them, as all seeds are different. Basic growing instructions can be found under each listing. Be sure to keep your seeds well watered after you plant them to ensure proper germination. Keep your seeds alive by storing them properly: keep your seeds in a dark, cool place (40-50 degrees F) with low-humidity. Never store seed in a warm, humid, or sunny spot. Stored properly, most seed will last for several years.
Our soap is made the old fashioned way in small batches here at the Kirk Estate, using the cold process method and a combination of natural and organic vegetable oils as well as organic herbs from our farmstead. All of our soap is free of dyes and animal byproducts and has a light natural scent.

NaOH, Sodium hydroxide, or lye is the base, or chemical compound, that causes saponification. Saponification is the natural reaction that transforms oils and fats into soap. Much like baking a cake will never have raw egg in it, sodium hydroxide will never be in a finished bar of soap. It has reacted with the oils and has been chemically changed to form soap and glycerin. True handmade soap can not be made without lye.
It is normal for handmade soap to sweat lightly when it can't breathe or when it is hot and humid. Once you receive your soap, unwrap it and place in a cool, dry place to allow any excess moisture to evaporate.
As required by the FDA, we do not make any claims regarding the cosmetic or health related properties of our soaps.

Cilantro, heirloom seeds, herb seeds, organic seeds, herb garden, open pollinated, companion planting, gardener, coriander seeds, garden

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  • Seed type: Herb
  • Materials: soil, sun, rain, love
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