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Petroselinum crispum

 How to plant Parsley seeds 

Parsley is an attractive plant that is at home in the herb, vegetable or flower garden. It also thrives in containers. Use fresh or dried as a seasoning for salads or soups. Use fresh as a garnish. Parsley is high in vitamins A and C. A biennial grown as an annual.

Titan parsley HR01207

TITAN Parsley

Compact, upright growing plants produce small, intensely sweet, deep green leaves. An outstanding flat-leaf culinary parsley, and with its small leaf size and deep color, 'Titan' is also a first-rate fresh garnish. Packet is 1.5 grams, about 1,000 seeds.

1.5 grams - $2.99
Italian Dark Green parsley flat leaves. HR00081


A productive flat-leaf parsley with sweetly pungent, broad dark green leaves. Packet is 2 grams, about 1,000 seeds.

2 grams - $1.99
Forest Green organic parsley curled foliage. HR00779


Organically grown. Forest Green is an attractive and productive curly leaf parsley that has a mild sweet flavor. Packet is 2 grams, about 1,000 seeds.

2 grams - $1.99

How to Plant Parsley Seeds

Direct sow into prepared seed beds ¼-½ inch deep, 3 seeds per inch in rows 12-18 inches apart. Seeds germinate over a period of 21-42 days. Soaking seeds overnight in warm water can speed germination.

Growing Parsley: Parsley performs best in partial shade (will tolerate full sun) with regular moisture, attracts beneficial insects. Can be started indoors in late winter in 2 inch containers.