Where art and horticulture meet.
Seeds: As Mexican and Indian food have become more popular, Americans discovered that cilantro's refreshing flavor was loved by cultures worldwide. Its tender, sweet taste elevates the flavor of nearly any dish, though some people are genetically cursed to find cilantro's flavor soapy and intolerable. If you're among them, you can still enjoy these seeds known as coriander by grinding them up and using them as a spice.
Specific: Coriandrum sativum.
Artist, Cassandra Quackenbush used to use herbs as a cook at a cafe. She now uses herbs to nourish, and to heal. Her painting captures the delicate yet pungent nature of cilantro.