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