Vietnamese coriander/ Sakuratade

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Polygonum conspicuum/ Vietnamese coriander/ サクラタデ

学名/ Botanical name : Polygonum conspicuum

シノニム/ Synonym : Persicaria odorata subsp. Conspicua

英名/ English common name :  Vietnamese coriander

英別名/ Alternative English name: hot mint, Vietnamese cilantro, Cambodian mint

日本名 和名/ Japanese common name : サクラタデ  桜蓼

原産地/ Original : Japan, Korea, China


This plant has one of the largest, pale pink blossom which has resemble cherry shape In the genus Persicaria, so it is called “Sakuratade” literaly cherry Persicaria. It is treated as a sub-species of fragrant Vietnamese coriander that can be eaten as herbs and vegetables in Vietnam, Cambodia, other South East Asia.




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