Q Does Viet­namese co­rian­der last longer than plain?

Garden Answers (UK) - - Problems Solved - DEBBIE ROBERTS, LETCH­WORTH, HERTS

A Viet­namese co­rian­der (Per­si­caria odor­ata) can be used as a sub­sti­tute for co­rian­der (Co­rian­drum sativum) in Asian dishes. This quick-grow­ing bushy plant is peren­nial but not hardy so will need win­ter pro­tec­tion. It can be grown out­side in sum­mer and prefers a moist, rich soil.

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