Who can have a respectable herb garden without Parsley? No one. It’s long been an herb staple in the kitchen, and it’s easy to grow! Two varieties to choose from:
Italian Flat Leaf – adds a fresh, tantalizing flavor to many foods. The flat leaves are easy to chop, and often preferred by cooks for their flavor. Parsley is thought to improve the scent and health of roses, and the growth of tomatoes and asparagus when grown nearby. Can be grown indoors for fresh parsley year round.
Triple Moss Curled – grown as an annual, harvests can extend through fall into winter because of its cold tolerance. Milder flavor than flat-leafed types. Remember, parsley is not just a garnish! It is a very nutritious herb (vitamins A, B, C), does a great job of blending food flavors, and freshens your breath.
1 g. seed packet
$4.75 – $5.25
Scientific Name: Petroselinum crispum
Life Cycle: Biennial
Bloom Color: n/a
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Growing Instructions: Sow outdoors 4-6 weeks before average last frost.
Harvesting: Pick as needed, removing entire stalks to the ground.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 1 in|
italian flat leaf, triple moss curled