What is Coriander
Coriander (Scientific name: Coriandrum sativum L.) is an annual herbaceous plant native to the Mediterranean Sea, belonging to the family Apiaceae. It is also known as pak choi in Thai, fragrant herb in Chinese, cilantro, and stinkbug, due to its unique smell. In summer, it produces small white flowers. In autumn, it produces small spherical fruits. The leaves and seeds can be used as an ingredient in curries, pickles, Thai food, and other dishes, as well as for flavoring. It is used for medicinal purposes. This vegetable is found in Tom Yang Kun and people have different preferences.
Common name: Coriander , scientific name: Coriandrum sativum L. , also known as. Pak-Chi (Thai)cilantro (Chinese), Chinese parsley, Origin: Mediterranean, plant height: 50 ～100 cm, Flowering season: July-August; petiole length: 5-12 cm; flowering season: July-August; flower color: white to pale red; diameter: 1 cm Fruiting season: Autumn, fruit shape: spherical, fruit diameter: 0.5 cm, fruit color: green to light brown, use: fragrant vegetables (young leaves) Spices (seeds), aromatic oils (seeds).