Coriander Herb Plants
Vietnamese Coriander - Rau Ram - is commonly eaten raw in salads and many duck related dishes. Also found on most common herb plates. This trailing plant has long, slender leaves with a slight dark colouration in the centre. Creamy white flowers are produced in summer. The flavour of the leaves is coriander like, spicy, musky, and slightly lemony & bitter. It needs protection from frost and can be grown in containers. Plant in moist but well drained soil. It will reach a height of around 45cm and will spread further.