Coriander is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. All parts of this herb are edible. The seed are called coriander, and the leaves are cilantro. 



The leaves are called cilantro (or chinese cabbage). It is used as a garnish in many Asian foods as well as Mexican cooking. The seeds, coriander, is used as a spice. They have a lemony citrus flavor. They seeds have an oil content of around 0.1-0.4%. The roots have a stronger flavor than the leaves and are used in Thai food dishes.

Companion Planting:

You grow them in your garden along with vegetables like lettuce and peas. The Coriander attracts Hover Flies which eat aphids.


Coriander seeds lower blood sugar, fight food poisoning, decrease blood pressure, help with Urinary tract infections, and much more!


Drill: 1 inch apart on 15 inch rows

Depth: 1/4"

Seed Count: 44,000 Seeds per lb

Planting Date: April to September - plant in succession if you want to continually harvest all year. If subjected to too much stress though, the plant will bolt and not put on too many leaves.

Harvest Time: about 8 weeks

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Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)

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