Those who love it can’t do without it and those who abhor it can’t get far enough away! If you are of the former disposition when it comes to cilantro, this is the variety for you to grow in this region.
Excellent eating quality and lots of leaves on this variety and it is slow to bolt for cilantro. But all cilantro is going to go to seed in the summer–that is just the nature of this plant, set to go to seed when days are long and nights are short. Plan on multiple plantings knowing the most productive plants will be those planted early in the season and those planted again in August. Mid-summer plantings will be difficult–always. Provide partial shade for cilantro except for your fall planting. Let your plants flower and grow and you will not only provide an attractive plant for beneficial insects, but you can harvest your coriander seed from its spent flowers.