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Plant Attributes

Days to Harvest: 70
Appoximate Seed Count: 300
Days to Germination: 14-35
Seeding Depth: Surface Sow
Plant Spacing: 8-12" apart
Frost Hardy
Full Sun to Part Shade
Container Friendly
Annual

Triple Moss Curled Parsley seeds

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Plant Attributes

Days to Harvest: 70
Appoximate Seed Count: 300
Days to Germination: 14-35
Seeding Depth: Surface Sow
Plant Spacing: 8-12" apart
Frost Hardy
Full Sun to Part Shade
Container Friendly
Annual

Triple Moss Curled Parsley is a fancy, extra ruffled version of the ever popular Mediterranean classic herb. One of the oldest cultivated herb known to man, parsley has been grown in the Mediterranean region for over 2000 years. The plants grow in tidy round mounds and are quite attractive, with a vibrant green color.

Grow it as a biennial in mild winter climates or as an annual in zones 6 and under. In its second year, curled parsley blooms from spring to mid- summer. Once the plant blooms it loses much of its culinary value, but the attractive yellow blooms are a pollinator magnet and are useful in any garden.

Easy to grow and start from seed, this is a great choice for container gardening as well.

 

  • Petroselinum crispum
  • Days to Harvest: 70
  • Frost Hardy: yes
  • Annual
  • Full Sun
  • Sprouts in 14-35 Days
  • Ideal Temperature: 50-70 Degrees F
  • Seed packet contains a minimum of 300 seeds

Want to know more about Parsley? Read Spotlight on Parsley on the Opinionated Gardener's Blog.

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Care and Growing Instructions

Parsley may be grown from seed sown indoors and transplanted outside after your last frost date or sown directly in the garden once soil temperature has reached 40 degrees F. Parsley plants can also be kept as potted specimens, either indoors or outdoors. Parsley is tolerant to cold temperatures and can withstand a frost with no problem.

To grow Parsley, keep weeds under control during the growing season. Weeds compete with plants for water, space and nutrients. Mulching the growing area helps the soil retain moisture and prevents weed seeds from germinating.

For parsley, an organic mulch of aged bark, weed-seed free straw or shredded leaves is ideal. Mulching has many benefits including added organic matter and fertility as it will improve the soil as mulch breaks down in time. Always keep mulches off a plant’s stems to prevent possible rot.

Keep parsley plants well-watered during the growing season, especially during dry spells. Keep the soil moist but not saturated. Parsley plants should not be allowed to dry out.

Do not harvest too much of the plant at one time as this may weaken the plant.