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    Grow cilantro… and no, that is not a typo!

    This long-leafed coriander is worth growing in all climates states, Penny Woodward. Cilantro (Eryngium foetidum) is also called long-leafed coriander. This herb comes originally from Central and South America where it has actually been used for centuries to include flavor to soups and stews. Low-growing to about 40cm, cilantro produces a rosette of stiff, dark green, elongated, toothed leaves. Strong stalks with toothed leaves grow from the center of this, and these are topped by cone-shaped, pale green, tiny, pineapple-shaped flower heads. The entire plant is strongly pungent with a scrumptious and distinct fragrance and tastes comparable to coriander (Coriandrum sativum). Cilantro is a short-lived seasonal that’s grown as a…

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    Here are 9 gardening trends to try this year

    It’s planting season in metro Detroit, and gardeners are getting ready to stock up on greenery. From tiny urban gardens to rolling landscapes in the suburbs, here are 9 hot trends for 2019, according to horticultural experts. No space? No problem The biggest issue for most gardeners this year figuring out how to tackle a small garden. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 80% of Americans live in urban areas, which leaves little to no room for outdoor greenery. According to the experts at plant supplier Proven Winners, consider opting for fastigate shrubs. Fastigate plants are those that grow with branches sloping upward, nearly parallel to the main stem. These plants save on space by growing…