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I've accidently done a little in garden test of 2 different varieties of
cilantro.  One was seeds from a plant from Target or some other mass
retailer, the other was seeds from Pinetree garden seeds that specifically
state that they are bred for the leaves and thus do not bolt at quickly.
Well- they told the truth- the plants from Pinetree seeds are still making
lots of nice leaves- no sign of bolting.  The other have bolted already (it
was 70+ last week).  So- thought you'd all like to know!


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