Cilantro has been grown in our gardens for quite a long time, and some greenery lovers also grow it in city apartments. Its lower parts have petioles, while the upper ones sit directly on the stems and are distinguished by a more elongated shape.
The stem of the cilantro is straight, which can reach a height of 40 to 70 cm. When the flowering time comes, an umbrella appears at the top, and then small white-pink flowers. Seeds are pretty large, from 2 to 8 mm.