Coriander 'Vietnamese'


Zones: 9-11
Exposure: Full to Part Sun
Mature Size: 36"H x 15"S
Pot Size: 3.25”
Availability: Order NOW... SHIPS in Spring!


Minimum Order - ANY TWO plants

Product Features

  • Culinary
  • Indoor
  • Coriander Vietnamese Plants

    Persicaria odorata

    Herb Growing Tips

    Light:  Full-Part Sun

    Temperature:  Perennial for zones 9-11

    Watering:  Likes moist soil, if it stays dry too long this can cause lasting damage to this plant

    Soil: Well drain soil 

    Comments:  One of the many "pro's" to this plant, pest stay away! The hardest thing will maintaining the soil requirements. Luckily, this plant will speak to you through it's leaves lettings you know when it's been dry too long!

    Herb Description

    Known as ‘Rau Ram’ in Vietnam, this culinary herb has a wonderful spicy flavor with hints of cilantro. In fact, its excellent flavor and ease of growth make it a good Cilantro or Mint substitute. Lending a slightly peppery spice to dishes, compliments meats like pork very nicely. Terrific for flavoring stir frys and curries, though it tastes similar to Cilantro, it is not the same as the Cilantro plant's seeds, which are also called Coriander.

    Vietnamese Coriander has green, pointed leaves that have a good spreading habit in the garden. It can be potted and grown indoors, but will stop producing once it outgrows the space allotted for it, so make sure to provide it with lots of room to grow with a bigger pot or container.

    Vietnamese Coriander, Rau Ram, prefers a moist environment, which makes it a great plant for areas near water gardens or places in your garden that tend to hold water longer.



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