Aromatic annual plant. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and dried seeds are generally used. With fine leaves and small flowers. It is annual in habit and under normal conditions, coriander reaches 40 to 60 cm in height. It grows well on loose and permeable soils, and in temperate or mountain climates in the tropics. Although it is quite resistant to cold, it does not survive in waterlogged terrain. It is a hardy, fast-growing herb that can be planted in gardens or containers. Its small white flowers appear in summer. The seeds are sown in rows, 30 cm from each other, placing them 1 cm deep; deeper they do not germinate because they need clarity. After three weeks the plants and leaves sprout. Sowing from March-October and flowering in May-July
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