Being the stronger and sexier coriander; Culantro is widely used in Asia and the Carribean to spruce up anything from rice and beans to a pot of chicken soup. Compared to the typical coriander, it has a more robust flavor and aroma. Chopped Culantro may be added to virtually any dish to bring out the flavor of foods.
This tropical plant is rich in calcium and contains iron, riboflavin and carotene. Culantro also has medicinal value and may be prepared in tea form to combat the flu, diabetes, constipation and fevers.
Culantro is extremely easy to care for and thrives in our hot tropical weather.
Dimensions: 12cmØ by 20cmH
Light: Direct / Partial Sun
Fertilizer: Keep me in top form and boost leafy growth by feeding me once every month with nitrate-rich fertilizer (foliage fertilizer)