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Biennial Herb. Certified Organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers. A very nice flavor that is a favorite for fresh use or drying. The dark green leaves are very attractive as a garnish. Easy to grow.
Has a slightly peppery taste with hints of citrus, and has more flavor than curled varieties
Great for use in marinades or potato dishes and as a garnish
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Soak seeds overnight in warm water. Start indoors in a sunny location 6 weeks before planting outdoors. Or, sow in the garden in rich, moist, deep soil in sun or partial shade as early as the ground can be worked. Thin or transplant plants to 10 inches apart when they are 2 inches tall. Cut only 2 or 3 stems from a plant as required for use.
For later use, freeze leaves or dry them in the shade. Interplant parsley with roses and tomatoes to enhance the vigor of both. Soak seeds overnight in warm water to speed germination.