|Lighting Conditions: PS-FS|
|Average Height: 10 inches|
This is a tidy little plant, grown for its long, somewhat spiny Cilantro-scented leaves. Rare in this country, it is commonly used in place of Cilantro throughout the tropics. The leaves are high in calcium, iron, carotene and riboflavin. Tea from the leaves is used to treat flu, constipation, diabetes and fevers. It can be grown indoors and used year-round.