Coriander ‘Vietnamese’

Coriandrum Savitum

The foliage of this Asian favourite is quite unlike cilantro. It has narrow, pointed leaves with pretty burgundy markings. Commonly eaten fresh in salads and raw spring rolls (goi cuon). Bowls of ph (beef noodles) are also typically garnished with Vietnamese mint.  In Singapore and Malaysia, the shredded leaf is an essential ingredient of laksa, a spicy soup.

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Product Description

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun

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Characteristics:
* Use In Cooking

Soil:
Moist, Well Drained

Zone:
Annual