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Triple Curled Parsley

Petroselinum crispum

Used as a garnish or like other greens. Very high in nutritional value with a long history of medicinal uses. Parsley is a biennial but is usually grown as an annual for the foliage. Slow to germinate; soak in warm water overnight before sowing.             300 seeds




Germination:  7-21 days

Seed Planting Depth: 1/4" deep, soaking seeds overnight aids germination

Starting Indoors/Outdoors:  Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Provide 70-75 degree soil temperatures. Transplant 12-15" apart. Sow outdoors in spring after last frost. Sow a few seeds every 4-6 ", thin to 12-15" apart. 

Light Needs:  Sun

Soil Needs:Average to fertile, moist

Uses:Medicinal, culinary, attracts bees and benefical

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Sheila M.
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I recommend this product

I used Heirloom Cutting Mix Lettuce in a tabletop hydroponic growing system (AeroGarden). The germination rate was exceptional, the growth rapid, the assortment nicely varied (both green and red), and the leaves delicious.

I recommend this product

I think every seed grew! I start them early indoors and have such good success. Buy one plant from a garden center for $5? I don't think so! I've got enough for me, half the neighborhood, and all of the Eastern swallowtail caterpillars that might be hungry.

Still going strong in January!

I live in Kansas, we've already had 2 light snows this year, and somehow this parsley is still green and delicious! It was planted against the house on the west side where nothing grows, so that makes it even more amazing! I will be planting JUST this parsley in that area in the spring just so I have something beautiful to look at once winter rolls around!