Herb of the Year

Cilantro and Coriander


  • Cilantro is the leafy part of the plant
  • Coriander is the seeds
  • Fresh leaves are used for many culinary dishes
    • Strong flavour with citrus overtones
  • Dried seeds are usually ground
    • Adds a warm, nutty flavour
  • Plant in full sun
  • Prefers moist, well-drained soil

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Herbs and Plants with Meaning for Showers and Weddings

Azalea – Romance, I will always be true Lavender – Devotion, pure love
Baby’s Breath – Gentleness, everlasting love Sweet marjoram – Wild joy
Basil, sweet – Good luck and best wishes Myrtle – “Be my love”
Burnet – Joy, merry heart Pansy – “You occupy my thoughts”
Catnip – the intoxication of love Parsley – Festivity
Chamomile – May all your wishes come true Rosemary – Remembrance, fidelity
Coreopsis – Love at first sight Sage – Domestice virtues, long life and good health
Forget-me-nots – Truelove Lemon verbena – Enchantment
Geranium, rose – Preference Sweet woodruff – “Be cheerful” and “Rejoice in life”
Heliotrope – Intoxication, “I love you” Thyme – Happiness
Holly – Domestic happiness Tulip, red – Declaration of love
Hollyhock – Fecundity Violets – Love and faithfulness
Red rose – Undying love