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Has anybody seen culantro being sold locally at any of the viveros or nurseries around here lately?  It is an herb with a very similar taste as cilantro but it apparently doesn't bolt and can grow year round much in the same way a swiss chard would grow  (as I understand it anyways)  you only harvest the leaves you need and it keeps growing.  I looked on Mercado Libre and for a packet of seeds it will cost 1000 pesos or more depending on the add.  I thought for an herb that was pretty high.  So if anybody has seen culantro for sell locally please let me know.  I would love to try growing it in my garden.

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