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Plump and leafy heads that are fresh, aromatic and full of flavour. Love it or hate it coriander has an unmistakable flavour profile that complements most Asian and Thai dishes. Its delicate, freshness cools the palette making it a great complement to the spicy heat of a curry or soup, but also adds a certain zest when paired with most fruits.


Our range of herbs are locally grown for absolute freshness (picked fresh today and gone tomorrow) with our warm, temperate climate and good soils ensuring we can harvest herbs of exceptional quality to entertain the chef in us all.


  • Coriander is a good source of vitamin C.

  • Store your fresh coriander in an airtight container or bag in the refrigerator.

    Another option is to dry your fresh herbs. Simply tie them in a bunch and hang upside down in a cool, dry place. Particularly good drying herbs include Rosemary, thyme, marjoram, mint and oregano.

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