Photo courtsey of Jolly Farmer New Brunswick

Known as both Cilantro and Coriander, it is an annual herb grown for its lacy, aromatic leaves (Cilantro) and aromatic seeds (Coriander). Tiny, white to lavender flowers bloom in late summer before giving way to the Coriander seeds. Growing to a height of 24″ tall it is a must have for beds and borders, herb, kitchen, vegetable and cottage gardens. It can also be grown in containers. All parts of this low care, easy to grow herb are edible and it’s popularly used in every cuisine around the world including Indian, Latin American, Caribbean, French, Greek and North American. The smell of Cilantro will deter aphids when planted close by.

Photo courtesy of Jolly Farmer New Brunswick


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