Christine ~ yes, I recall comparing the differences in our Epazote plants. Amazing that I remember.
I had picked up my starter plant from an Hispanic vendor at a local flea market. I still have seeds for this one if you are interested?
This is the first year I had seen Papalo seed listed and meant to order some but haven't done so yet. Does the plant last through our summer heat or is it a winter grower? Have you used it in cooking yet and if so, how?
Deb, because your zone is similar to ours, the Cilantro might do better growing in winter for you also. Here it seems to shake off the frost although it doesn't have growth spurts till the temps warm. Sadly as soon as the temperature heats up, it bolts. I find the blooms are like babys breath and are pretty if added to cut flower bouquets. I carried a vase of flowers to work yesterday and noticed the fresh smell the Cilantro added to it.
A special thanks to you girls. Over the years, I have enjoyed posts, information and assistance from you both.