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Grow your own coriander

by Diane - January 14th, 2013.
Filed under: Suttons Seeds.

Coriander is the best selling fresh herb in supermarkets at the moment – I know this because (a) I read it recently and (b) I’ve been unable to buy any twice now at my local supermarket!

As a result I’m pledging to grow my own as much as I can!
I’ve managed to track down some in a pot in the mean time so I can have carrot and coriander soup for tea!
I also love using it in curry – using a large bunch of it and only a few tomatoes in a curry makes a much fresher tasting curry treat!

Herb Coriander Plants
A feathery annual, with clusters of spicy seeds that can be used in curries and casseroles, or ground over lamb or pork.You don’t have to have a large vegetable garden to grow your own. Even the smallest patio or balcony can accommodate a few containers that will give you a bumper crop of delicious fresh produce!

Herbs – Coriander Organic Seeds
A feathery annual herb, producing clusters of spicy seeds for curries and casseroles, and may be ground over lamb and pork.

Herb Seed – Coriander
A feathery annual, with clusters of spicy seeds and used in curries and casseroles, and may be ground over lamb and pork.

Cilantro Seeds
Cilantro’s tasty leaves can be used in a wide range of dishes, and its seeds can be used to give a spicy flavour to soups and curries.

Coriander Seeds – Lemon
Lemon taste and fragrance. Ideal for pots and containers. For soups, curries and stews.

Coriander Seeds
Sows/crops in 1 year. Pick and use as required. Excellent for oriental cooking.

Herb Seed – Coriander Confetti
Tasty fern-like coriander leaves on bushy plants which are slow to bolt. Use as a herb or as a cut-&-come-again leaf salad. Sow in a pot on a windowsill or directly in the ground outside; sow monthly for continuous supply and protect with cloches in winter.

Herb Seed – Lemon Coriander
Unusual lemon fragrance and flavour, delicious as a garnish in salads, or used in stir-fries. Easy to grow over a long season, it can even be grown in a pot on the windowsill.