Cilantro’s roots run deep. Plant it in a deep pot with good drainage so the soil stays moist, but never soaked. Though it loves sun, it doesn’t need direct sunlight, so keeping it near a window is best. This herb does well in cooler temps, so if you’re a bit heavy-handed with the AC come summer, it’ll thrive.
We love it in: Cilantro Margarita from Nutmeg Nanny