Where Should I Grow Coriander ? I - Knowledgebase Question

Mena, AR
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Question by junemcdanie
January 25, 2001
Where would be the best place to grow Coriander in my garden? I live in zone 7, and the summers can get very HOT! Is this best grown in shade, part shade or full sun? Also, how tall does it get when left to seed?

Answer from NGA
January 25, 2001
Coriander is a cool-season herb, and does best where summers are cool, or in fall or spring plantings where winters are mild. It will bolt and go to seed when temperatures get too warm, but it still needs at least 6 hours of sun per day. It can get about 12-18 inches tall with flower stalks.

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