KEEP PLANTING CORIANDER
I’ve been in love with coriander for a while and it’s by far my favourite herb. Luckily, I can grow it yearround in my Auckland garden, however that doesn’t mean I always have it on hand. Coriander is a relatively fast-growing plant, so in order to have a constant supply, you need to be sowing seeds every month or so. Sow seeds direct (coriander has a delicate taproot that doesn’t transplant well) into a sunny part of the garden – or grow in containers or under cover. Thin to 5cm apart once established and expect to start harvesting leaves from 40 days.