The leaves of coriander have a mild but distinctive flavour that are used as a garnish for salads and soups, or added into sauces, casseroles, and curries. Coriander is a summer plant that is grown as an annual. The leaves are eaten young, and if the plant is left to mature will produce delicate white flowers before running to seeds (that can be stored and used in cooking).
Planning what to grow? See the allotment planner and record keeper.