Eastern flavour in your garden and kitchen.
It’s the spice that’s also a herb. It’s been enjoyed for thousands of years, and it’s not disappearing from the culinary scene anytime soon. If you’re sick of hunting high and low only to find a couple of wilted cilantro leaves at your local grocer, it’s time you started growing your own. Pick, dry, and roast the seeds to enjoy coriander’s spicy side. Whether you use leaves (cilantro) or seeds (coriander) you can take your Thai and Indian curries to the next level. Backyard gourmet inspiration is at your fingertips in the veggie patch.