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Although widely used in dishes throughout the Caribbean, Latin America, and the Far East, culantro is relatively unknown in the United States and many other parts of the world and is often mistaken and misnamed for its close relative cilantro or coriander Coriandrum sativum L. Some of its common names descriptive of the plant include: spiny or serrated coriander, shado beni and bhandhania Trinidad and Tobago , chadron benee Dominica , coulante Haiti , recao Puerto Rico , and fit weed Guyana. Culantro grows naturally in shaded moist heavy soils near cultivated areas. Under cultivation, the plant thrives best under well irrigated shaded conditions. Like its close relative cilantro, culantro tends to bolt and flower profusely under hot high-light long days of summer months.

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Its medicinal value includes its use as a tea for flu, diabetes, constipation, and fevers. Sunlight: Full to Partial Sunlight Water: Water regularly to keep soil evenly moist, allowing the soil to become slightly dryer between watering sessions. Fertiliser: Keep your plant in top form by feeding it every few weeks with a dilute solution of liquid fertiliser or sprinkling solid fertiliser over the soil.

Soil for Eryngium foetidum Eryngium foetidum should be grown in fertilised potting mix. Make or buy a fertilised mix which consist of coco peat moss or coconut fibre coir , vermiculite or perlite, compost and other ingredients. A lightweight soil for Eryngium foetidum needs to provide good drainage, hold moisture, and give roots room to grow.

Light Requirements All plants depend on light for their survival, and making sure your potted plants get the right amount of light is key to keeping them happy. For both indoor and outdoor containers, group plants with similar light requirements. Photos shown are for reference only. Actual colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photos. Related products.

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Health benefits of Culantro

Its medicinal value includes its use as a tea for flu, diabetes, constipation, and fevers. Sunlight: Full to Partial Sunlight Water: Water regularly to keep soil evenly moist, allowing the soil to become slightly dryer between watering sessions. Fertiliser: Keep your plant in top form by feeding it every few weeks with a dilute solution of liquid fertiliser or sprinkling solid fertiliser over the soil. Soil for Eryngium foetidum Eryngium foetidum should be grown in fertilised potting mix. Make or buy a fertilised mix which consist of coco peat moss or coconut fibre coir , vermiculite or perlite, compost and other ingredients.

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Culantro: A Much Utilized, Little Understood Herb

The plant is native to continental Tropical America and the West Indies. Although widely used in dishes throughout the Caribbean, Latin America, and the Far East, culantro is relatively unknown in the United States and many other parts of the world and is often mistaken and misnamed for its close relative cilantro or coriander Coriandrum sativum L. It has a similar aroma and flavor to cilantro, but they are not the same plant. It has little long, serrated leaves with a throne in the circumference. The leaves produce an odor that has been described like that of a squashed bedbug. The plant is reportedly rich in calcium, iron, carotene, and riboflavin and its harvested leaves are widely used as a food flavoring and seasoning herb for meat and many other foods. Its medicinal value includes its use as a tea for flu, diabetes, constipation, and fevers.

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