Cilantro has a limited root system range, so to grow it indoors, it needs more nutrition. If you decide to grow this herb indoors, the soil should be a mixture of sand and potting soil so water can flow freely.
Cilantro planted indoors will always grow less abundantly than outside. With added attention to soil mixture, sun exposure, moisture, and gentle harvesting, you will have a delicious, aromatic herb all through the year.
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