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Courtesy Johnny's Select Seeds

We made magic when we added it to fresh spring rolls. It is also called summer cilantro.  This South American herb has a flavor between mint and cilantro with another flavor all its own.  It is used in traditional Aztec dishes and salsa, generally added raw just before eating.  In fact it is chemically similar to cilantro however if you can't tolerate cilantro you may be able to tolerate papalo. Easy to grow annual.  Annual.  Porophyllum ruderale


48-72 in


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