Parsley, Italian (Petroselinum crispum latifolium) - 200 Seeds
•American grown seeds
•USDA Zones: 3-12
Italian Parsley typically has a denser coloring and richer flavor than its curled cousin. Use Italian Parsley as an accompaniment to virtually any dish. A very easy herb to cultivate, plant Italian Parsley seeds indoors or out.
Parsley is low in calories yet rich in important nutrients, such as vitamins A, K, and C.
USDA Zones: 4-9. Italian parsley is started outdoors after all danger of frost has passed, or inside six to eight weeks before the last expected frost. Use a fine mixture of potting soil, peat moss and sand. Cover with 1/8 fine dusting of soil and keep the seeds misted and lightly moist. Thin seedlings to 10 to 12 inches apart. You can also sow in late summer for overwintering and earlier growth the next spring. Allow the soil to dry out partially between watering. Water deeply approximately once per week and allow excess moisture to drain out. Fertilize plants in the ground in early spring with a balanced fertilizer. Potted plants may be fertilized monthly with a half dilution of liquid plant food. Trim what you need, taking the stems back to the core of the plant. If your plant is skinny and spindly, try moving it to a brighter area. Cut off any blooms as they occur, as this will cause the plant to seed and leaf production to diminish.
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