The seeds of coriander are used in many Chinese and Mexican dishes, as well as in breads, pastries, and fruit and meat sauces. The leaves of cilantro (also called Chinese parsley) are used as an ingredient in Mexican, Indian, and Chinese dishes. Especially used for rice dishes, soups, and curries. (Coriander sativum)
Medicinal: Known in Chinese medicine as "yuan-xu-zi" (Chinese parsley), the seeds are used as a diaphoretic and appetite stimulant.
Growing instructions: Annual in zones 6-10. Germination at 60°F in 7 to 21 days. Direct sow. Space 4" apart. Full sun. Grows 18"-24" tall.
Packet: 1.00 g - approximately 90 seeds