Parsley 'Curly'

    Zones: 5-9, Biennial
    Exposure: Full to Part Sun
    Mature Size: 18"H x 12"S
    Bloom: Chartreuese, Summer
    Pot Size: 3.25”
    Availability: Ships in 7-10 Business Days
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      Petroselinum crispum

      Parsley 'Curly' is tasty and nutritious - one of our herb plants rich in vitamins and a must for any outdoor herb gardening or a sunny windowsill.

      The triple-curled leaves of this parsley make beautiful garnishes. The compact, mounded growth habit makes bunching easy. Curly Parsley is typically seen as a garnish. This Parsley can also be used as an ingredient and has a taste similar to celery.

      Planting Curly Parsley

      Plant this culinary herb for mild flavor and good yield. This frost hardy biennial has a long germination period, so try soaking the seeds in warm water to loosen the seed coat before planting. Though Curly Parsley doesn't transplant very well, once established it will grow with little maintenance and makes a great border or ground cover.

      We love to plant parsley with other garnishes. Plant it with Garlic Chives and Italian Dark Green Parsley for a delicious "Garnish Garden"!

    • Petroselinum crispum

      Characteristics: 'Curly' Parsley has crinkly leaves that grow in compact bunching mounds. Parsley can withstand some frost.
      Light: Plant in full sun to partial shade.
      Water: Water when dry to the touch, avoiding constant 'wet feet.'
      Soil: Plant in well-draining garden loam of average quality.
      Use: Curly, crinkly leaves make a great garnish and flavor meats, vegetables, soups, and more. Very high in vitamins A, Bs, C, niacin, calcium, and iron!
    • Parsley is a 'superfood' ~ a nutritional powerhouse that is frequently dismissed as a mere 'garnish'. Consider the fact that a 1/2 cup serving delivers five times the Recommended Daily Requirement for vitamin K, over half the daily requirement for vitamin C as well as folate, vitamin A and iron. Did we mention the phytonutrients? Get parsley into your diet!

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