If anyone has tried to grow this in the South, can you tell me if it would be a summer annual or a winter annual? I started some from seed in a pot. They stayed there for a couple of months growing slowly. Once I planted them in the ground, they were blooming within two weeks. Does that mean that they are done (like dill)? This is the first time that I've managed to keep them alive long enough to plant and I hate to think that I wasted my chance to eat it. Can it take cold at all? I thought that dill was a summer annual, but reseeded dill came up during the winter and, surprising to me, wasn't touched by the cold, which is great because I can grow it year-round. Or is it that all cilantro is genetically programmed to bloom this time of year? Thanks.