Cilantro, also known as Chinese parsley, coriander or yan sui, is valued in Asian cuisine for its aromatic zesty flavor produced in every part of the plant, from the leaves to the stems to the seeds. The plants grow up to 2' tall and have medium-green feathery, flat leaves. Small 2" seedlings are ready to harvest after 18 days and can be used in dishes or as a garnish. Extra slow to bolt, this variety is good for mild climates. Cilantro goes to seed quickly in hot weather conditions.