Last Updated: April 30, 2020

We have so much cilantro in the Keyhole garden that we’re having trouble eating and/or giving it away (and I live in an area of the U.S. where Cilantro is used in everything).

The end of winter is fast approaching and some of it is start to bolt. Rather that let it all go to seed, I cut the plants back to the first set of leaves, bundled up the cut plants and hung them to dry.

If you’re not familiar, fresh cilantro is quite strongly scented. The entire front half of the house currently smells like the world’s largest salsa bar (i.e., delicious!).