Click and Grow cilantro

Welcome to the world of Click and Grow cilantro. Cilantro is a popular herb that can add flavor and color to many dishes. Growing it in your home with Click and Grow is easy, fast, and rewarding. You don’t need to be an expert gardener; all you need are some basic supplies from Click & Grow – no green thumb required. From planting your cilantro pods to caring for them as they sprout up through harvesting the fresh leaves once they’re ready – we’ll walk you through every step of growing cilantro right in your home. 

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Growing Click and Grow cilantro

Cilantro is a culinary herb that adds flavor to many dishes. Growing cilantro with Click and Grow is an easy way to get fresh herbs right in your own home.

Here’s how you can grow your own cilantro with Click and Grow. And don’t forget to use my discount code HHARVEST for 15% off your cilantro pods!

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Seed a the top of a click and grow pod
Germination lid

Start by purchasing a Click and Grow cilantro pod set, which comes pre-seeded with organic cilantro seeds. Place the garden in a warm location indoors, then fill it up with water until it reaches the “max” amount (as indicated by the little float at one end of the deck. Once filled, plug in the power cord for automatic watering of your plants every day. You should see sprouts within two weeks.

To keep your cilantro healthy, make sure you check its soil moisture levels regularly – if it feels dry to touch add more water until moistened but not soggy. If growing outdoors be sure to protect from extreme temperatures such as frost or heat waves as this could damage the plant’s growth rate significantly. Additionally, trim off any yellow leaves as these are signs of nutrient deficiency or disease so removing them will help prevent further spread of infection/disease throughout other parts of the plant(s).

When harvesting cilantro, wait until it is at least 6 inches tall before cutting off stems about 1 inch above ground level using scissors or shears (avoid pulling out entire plants). Cut only what you need since leaving too much stem attached may cause wilting due to a lack of nutrients reaching the remaining leaves below the cut point. Additionally, avoid over-harvesting which can lead to decreased yields next season when planting again from seedlings/plants grown earlier in the year (i.e. summer versus winter months).

Click and grow cilantro pods

Planting cilantro in a Click and Grow

Planting cilantro with Click and Grow is an easy way to get fresh herbs in your home without the mess or hassle of traditional gardening. With this system, you don’t need any soil, special tools, or even a green thumb. All you need is the Click and Grow device itself.

The first step to planting cilantro with Click and Grow is gathering all of the necessary materials. This includes the device itself as well as cilantro seed pods that are specifically designed for use with it. The seed pods come pre-filled with nutrients so there’s no need to worry about fertilizing or other maintenance tasks.

Once you have everything ready, setting up your Click and Grow device is simple. Just fill the water tank according to the instructions, insert one of the cilantro seed pods into its designated slot on top of the machine, plug it in, and turn it on – that’s it. The LED lights will let you know when your herb needs more water or light exposure; otherwise, just sit back and watch your plant grow.

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Benefits of smart gardens for cilantro over traditional planting

Using a Click and Grow system has several advantages over traditional gardening methods such as not needing soil or dealing with weeds; plus they require minimal effort from users who may not be experts in horticulture but still want their plants to thrive. Additionally, since each pod contains enough nutrients for one plant cycle only (which usually lasts around 3 months), there’s no risk of over-fertilization which can damage plants if done incorrectly. Finally, because these systems are self-contained units that take up very little space compared to outdoor gardens they’re perfect for those living in apartments where outdoor gardening isn’t possible due to lack of space/sunlight availability etc

With Click and Grow, planting cilantro is easy. Now let’s learn about how to properly care for your cilantro so it can thrive.

Key takeaway

Click and Grow systems are a great way to get fresh herbs without the mess or hassle of traditional gardening. Benefits include no soil, minimal effort, self-contained units, pre-filled nutrients and easy harvesting.

Click and grow with cilantro growing in it (coriander plants)

Caring for your cilantro plants

Caring for your cilantro is an important part of ensuring that you get the most out of your plants. Cilantro needs at least six hours of direct sunlight each day to thrive, so make sure it’s in a sunny spot. Water regularly and keep the soil moist but not soggy; if you’re using Click and Grow containers, they will alert you when it’s time to water. You don’t need to fertilize the plants as the pods already contain fertilizer.

To help prevent disease, remove any dead leaves or flowers as soon as possible and avoid wetting the foliage when watering. If necessary, use insecticidal soap or neem oil to control pests such as aphids or whiteflies. Regularly check for signs of fungal diseases such as powdery mildew and treat accordingly with fungicides if needed.

Cilantro pod growing

Cilantro can be harvested once it reaches about 6 inches tall by cutting off individual stems just above where new leaves are growing from the base of the plant; this encourages new growth while still allowing some leaves on each stem for future harvests. For maximum flavor, harvest cilantro before flowering begins since its flavor becomes more bitter after flowering starts. To store fresh cilantro, wrap it loosely in damp paper towels then place it in a plastic bag in the refrigerator; it should stay fresh for up to two weeks this way.

Properly caring for your cilantro will ensure that you have a plentiful harvest. Now, let’s learn about harvesting your cilantro.

Click and grow cilantro plant in pod

Harvesting your cilantro

Harvesting your cilantro is a simple process that can be done in just a few steps. It’s important to pick the leaves at the right time for maximum flavor and nutrition.

The best time to harvest cilantro is when the plant has reached its full height, usually about 6-8 inches tall. This will ensure that you get the most flavorful leaves possible. The leaves should also be harvested before they start to flower, as this will make them bitter and less palatable.

When harvesting your cilantro, use scissors or kitchen shears to cut off only what you need from each stem. Be sure not to take too much of any one stem as it could damage the plant’s growth potential. Also, avoid taking more than 1/3 of all stems on any given day so that there are enough left over for future harvests.

It’s best to harvest your cilantro early in the morning when temperatures are cooler and humidity levels are higher; this helps preserve its flavor and freshness longer after being picked. Once harvested, store it in an airtight container with some damp paper towels or wrap it loosely in plastic wrap before refrigerating it for up to 5 days (or freeze if desired).

By following these tips on harvesting your cilantro plants correctly, you will have plenty of flavorful herbs available whenever you need them. With proper care and attention, you can enjoy fresh-picked cilantro year round – perfect for adding zestiness into salads, soups, sauces and more.

Harvesting your cilantro is a great way to add fresh flavor to your dishes. Now let’s explore some delicious recipes you can make with the fresh cilantro you just harvested.

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Recipes using fresh cilantro

Cilantro is a star ingredient in some of the yummiest sauces, salads, and dips.


Fresh cilantro is a key ingredient in pico de Gallo salsa, adding flavor and color. To make your own delicious homemade salsa, start by chopping up one large tomato, half of an onion, two cloves of garlic, and a handful of fresh cilantro leaves. Add the ingredients to a bowl along with some freshly squeezed lime juice and salt to taste. Mix everything together until it’s well combined then serve immediately or store in the refrigerator for later use.


Guacamole is another great way to enjoy fresh cilantro. Start by mashing two ripe avocados in a bowl with a fork or potato masher until you have reached your desired consistency. Then add one chopped tomato, half an onion (finely diced), two cloves of minced garlic and ¼ cup finely chopped fresh cilantro leaves into the mashed avocado mixture. Squeeze some lime juice over top then season with salt and pepper to taste before serving.

Taco salad

For this taco salad recipe, you will need: 2 cups cooked ground beef seasoned with taco seasoning mix; 1 head lettuce (chopped); 1 can black beans (drained); 1 cup shredded cheese; ½ cup sour cream; 2 tomatoes (diced); ½ red onion (diced) and ¼ cup freshly chopped cilantro leaves.

In a large bowl combine all ingredients except for the sour cream and toss together until evenly mixed throughout the salad. Top each individual portion off with some sour cream before serving.

These recipes are a great way to get started with cilantro and start enjoying the delicious flavor it adds to your dishes. Now, let’s look at some of the amazing benefits of eating fresh cilantro.

Key takeaway

Fresh cilantro is a key ingredient in many delicious dishes, such as salsa, guacamole and taco salad. Try adding it to your recipes for an extra burst of flavor.

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Mary Jane Duford
Mary Jane Duford

Mary Jane Duford is a quintessential Canadian gardener. An engineer by trade, she tends to an ever-expanding collection of plants. In her world, laughter blooms as freely as her flowers, and every plant is raised with a dash of Canadian grit.

Mary Jane is a certified Master Gardener and also holds a Permaculture Design Certificate. She's also a proud mom of three, teaching her little sprouts the crucial difference between a garden friend and foe.

When she's not playing in the dirt, Mary Jane revels in her love for Taylor Swift, Gilmore Girls, ice hockey, and the surprisingly soothing sounds of bluegrass covers of classic hip-hop songs. She invites you to join her garden party, a place where you can share in the joy of growing and where every day is a new opportunity to find the perfect spot for yet another plant.

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