The rhythm of the the seasons is one of the slower heartbeats within me. I love it. And as we approach autumn (slowly and sweating profusely in this still-sticky March weather) it's time to plant some coriander again. Autumn? Yep. Here in Sydney at least (but I guess anywhere temperate on the southern side of the equator), coriander is a much better autumn, winter and spring crop. It's a lousy summer crop, as many of you have probably discovered for yourself.
As well as getting into the rhythm of planting coriander in autumn, I've checked back and realised that I have previously blogged about it at this time of year as well, so consider this posting a community service announcement, if you will.