Answer: Cilantro is one of those annual herbs that keeps growing as long as you keep cutting it back. If it's allowed to flower and go to seed, the plant will die. To complicate matters, Cilantro will bolt if the weather is too warm. It's best to sow seeds at two week intervals and keep the leaves cut back, (or regularly picked off the plant), to prolong the life of your cilantro plants. Try sowing more seeds now - new plants will produce until frost nips the leaves.
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