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Coriander and Cilantro

Coriander and Cilantro

Growing cilantro (AKA coriander) in Colorado. It's just too dang hard to buy those sprigs from the grocery store and keep them from getting all nasty before I can use them. Costs less to buy a plant and stick it in the ground.

Growing cilantro (AKA coriander) in Colorado. It's just too dang hard to buy those sprigs from the grocery store and keep them from getting all nasty before I can use them. Costs less to buy a plant and stick it in the ground.

Bat friendly plant. Click image to learn more & add to your own plants list in Shoot. Botanical name: Coriandrum sativum    Other names: Coriander, Cilantro, Chinese parsley    Genus: Coriandrum    Species: C. sativum - C. sativum is an annual with aromatic leaves and small white or purplish flowers, followed by aromatic fruits used in cooking.

Bat friendly plant. Click image to learn more & add to your own plants list in Shoot. Botanical name: Coriandrum sativum Other names: Coriander, Cilantro, Chinese parsley Genus: Coriandrum Species: C. sativum - C. sativum is an annual with aromatic leaves and small white or purplish flowers, followed by aromatic fruits used in cooking.

Coriander - © Flickr user Henrique Pinto

Coriander - © Flickr user Henrique Pinto

If I grow all those other herbs, I couldn't possibly NOT grow CILANTRO!

If I grow all those other herbs, I couldn't possibly NOT grow CILANTRO!

Harvest cilantros leaves whenever you need to.   Photo by Michael Lehet under the Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0.Click To Enlarge

Harvest cilantros leaves whenever you need to. Photo by Michael Lehet under the Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0.Click To Enlarge

Coriander

Coriander

The leaves of this plant are often referred to as cilantro, but the seeds are most commonly called coriander. And if you're looking to spice up a ceviche or add a citrusy tang to soup, throw in some cilantro.

The leaves of this plant are often referred to as cilantro, but the seeds are most commonly called coriander. And if you're looking to spice up a ceviche or add a citrusy tang to soup, throw in some cilantro.

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What Are the Benefits of Cilantro Tincture? | LIVESTRONG.COM

What Are the Benefits of Cilantro Tincture? | LIVESTRONG.COM