Coriandolo messicano

Botanical name: Porophyllum tagetoides

Porophyllum tagetoides, also called "Pipicha", is an herbaceous perennial native to Oaxaca, capital of the State of Mexico.

Widely used in Mexican cuisine to accompany meat dishes, this species has a very intense aroma of coriander with notes reminiscent of mint and lemon.

Visually similar to tarragon, estragon "French" or "tarragon", the foliage of Pipicha is ideal in sauces, vegetables and legumes.

Data sheet

  • Family
  • Duration
    Perennial
  • Dwelling
    Full Sun
  • Temperature
    Minimum 5° c
  • Watering
    Moderate
  • Land
    Light and well drained
Product Categories: The aromatic, Herbaceous, and Perennials.
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