This seasoning herb is an annual plant, which grows very rapidly in mild climates. It will go into flowers and seeds quickly in hot weather conditions. The fragrant young leaves and shoots are used as a seasoning green in stir-fry, soup or garnish. Dried leaves and matured seeds are also used as seasonings in Oriental cooking.
Note: It is OK to plant Coriander with broken seeds, which may actually germinate easier and faster than whole/unbroken seeds. Many commercial growers start seeding with broken seeds purposely to improve germination rate and increase number of plants.
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