This hot weather lover will give you cilantro taste in the heat of the summer when other cilantro has gone to seed. Use about half the amount to achieve similar flavor. For those of you with limited sunlight, this is a great choice and easy to grow. You can grow this herb in the shadier parts of the garden. A tropical plant, Vietnamese Cilantro also likes plenty of moisture. This mysterious and exotic herb is used in many ways throughout the world. Use the leaves fresh and young leaves are best. A prolific grower, don’t be afraid to cut this plant back to encourage new, more tender leaves. You may bring this inside to overwinter as it has low light requirements.