An indispensable signature culinary and medicinal herb in the Caribbean Islands, with a taste much like cilantro but with a fruity sweetness of its own. Those familiar with Jamaican, Belizean or Puerto Rican cuisine know this herb well!
Water: A tropical plant, so appreciates water, but can handle some dry periods
Hardiness: Frost Tender
Habit: Tropical, perennial herb, treated as an annual in temperate climates
Light: Full Sun to Light Shade
Soil: Fertile, well-draining soil
Origin: Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America