Was used in the middle ages as an aphrodisiac. Now it is widely used for culinary purposes with leaves in salads and sauces, and seeds added to soups or pies and even cakes.
direct in garden position. Cover with yates seed raising mix, firm down and keep moist.
grow in full sun. Pick leaves at any time for flavouring. Apply yates thrive soluble fertiliser regularly to increase foliage. Protect from snails with yates blitzem. When seeds begin to brown, cut stem and place upside down in paper bag. The seeds can be dried and kept whole or infused to make coriander vinegar.