Harvest as you go
Cilantro is planted in almost every parcel in the garden. It can be seen growing tall in rows and solitary bunches. In some places it crouches at the base of cornstalks, or sneaks between the cabbage leaves. When planted in a row, a gardener can harvest the cilantro as needed for a few months. In order to ensure a steady supply of the tasty little green ruffled leaves; most gardeners sow cilantro seeds every 1 to 2 months. If the plants are left until they seed and dry, the seeds can be collected. Use the seeds to plant more cilantro, ore use them in cooking.