Coriander (Chinese Parsley/Cilantro)
- Plant Care
Coriander has become a very popular herb to grow at home. Grown mainly for its green leaves, which are sometimes known as cilantro, and also its spicy seeds, this herb is a must in salads and as a fragrant green addition to Indian, Thai, and Chinese curries. The seeds are a vital ingredient of curry powder.
The tiny pungent leaves of this herb make a pretty clump of fresh green in either a sunny or partially shaded position in the garden. A hardy annual relative of parsley plants is either grown for their leaves or their ribbed brown seeds.
Keep the container in indirect bright sunlight.Keep the soil or compost moist, but take care not to overwater.Use well-sterilized cocopeat or well-drained soil for growing microgreens.15 – 25 °CGive plants a light liquid feed of a general feed every couple of weeks.
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