Coriander is a small, annual herb with frilled leaves. Its seeds have a roasted, nutty scent. The leaves resemble Italian, or flat, parsley; and the small, whitish flowers grow as small umbels. Specifically, the seeds of the plant are called 'coriander', while the leaves are known as 'cilantro'. This plant is a common cooking spice, and it may have some medicinal properties.
This is a small pile of coriander, about five sprigs. It looks nice and fresh.
It is not poisonous to eat. On the other hand, nothing appears to happen if one does eat it.
Corriander can be found in the following locations:
- Mano Rossa mansion conservatory in Genua
- Garden at the end of Dockers Lane in the Djelibeybi harbour.
Mocking confirms that gathering coriander at the Mano Rossa garden uses the Crafts.hunting.foraging skill.