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Item Ref #: 514 | Coriander- Coriandre Cultivee
Placed Outdoors


Originally from the East and introduced into Europe by the Romans more than 2000 years ago. Coriander is grown for its culinary and medicinal properties.

Culinary Tip:

The highly fragrant coriander leaves help to promote the taste of salads and soups. 
Seeds are also added to pickles.  

Culture Tip:

1. Sowing: Sow March to June in planters or directly in the soil. 
2. Harvest: Harvest leaves any time and use fresh or in dish preparation. Harvest fruits when they mature (yellow), dry them to collect the seeds. 

Companion Plants:

Coriander loves the proximity of vegetable which help them to reduce aphids.