Coriander IMGP0924 (2)


Coriandrum sativum 

Coriander leaves and seeds are used for salads, soups, asian meals, pickles, chutneys.
Use leaves before flowering and seeds after flowering.
Roots can be cooked as a vegetable in curries.
Medicinally as essential oils in ointments for rheumatic joints. Good for digestion.

  • Half hardy annual
  • Height 60cm
  • Grown for its leaves and its seed. To maintain leaf flavour and prolong foliage growth do not allow coriander to flower
  • Full sun position sheltered, warm or sunny windowsill
  • Fertile moist but well drained soil
  • Remove flowers immediately to encourage fresh young leaves and maintain flavour. Collect seed at end of growing season.