These glorious, vivid blue flowers are best sown directly outdoors after all danger of frost has passed. When planted against a fence, arbor, wall or trellis, vines with attractive, heart-shaped leaves may climb 6 feet and beyond. Patience pays off midsummer with a mass of morning blooms which last all day when skies are cloudy.
Cilantros pungent leaves are the finishing flavor of numerous Central American, Indian and Asian dishes. The ripe, dry seed, referred to as coriander, is frequently used in baked goods. Certain rye breads, tea-cakes and holiday cookies are distinguishable by corianders spicy, citrus fragrance.