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Coriander - Coriandrum sativum (Umbelliferae)
Description: Rigid strong smelling annual plant that
grows from a taproot with slender stems and ferny
leaves. In midsummer white or pink blooms appear
followed by round red seed capsules that are very
aromatic when they are ripe.
Use: The young leaves and shoots can be used at any
time, the roots dug after flowering, and the mature
seeds can be used after they are dried, roasted, and
pulverized. Usually used as a spice to add flavor to
foods, one of the oldest spices on record. The seeds
are somewhat of a stimulant and help with digestion.