Vietnamese Coriander also called Vietnamese Cilantro,Cambodian mint , Rau Ram,phak phai, is one of those mysterious and exotic herbs used extensively in Southeast Asian cooking. Vietnamese Coriander is a frost tender perennial but will grow fantastically in a large pot and used fresh adds a great lemon zing to your cooking or salads
The Vietnamese coriander is a perennial plant that grows best in tropical and subtropical zones in warm and damp conditions. In advantageous conditions, it can grow up to 15 to 45 cm.
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