Parsley is one of the most commonly used herb for decorating dishes. This variety’s leaves are flat and tripinnate. The taste is very sweet and aromatic. The plant itself is hardy and tolerates well our winters. It can harvested and consumed all summer long, and frozen in ice cubes in preparation for your winter cooking.
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We grow the vast majority of our seeds on our farm. However, when a culture fails or when we are out of stock, we reach out to other seed farms to refill our inventory and offer you more choice. This variety is one of those.
Latin name : Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanum
Common names : Naples parsley, Italian parsley, flat leaf parsley
French : Persil italien, persil plat
Family : Apiaceae
Plant type : Biennial
Habit : Rosette
Height : 30 cm
Width : 25-35 cm
Days to maturity : 80-90 days
Sowing : Indoors at the end of March, or directly out in the garden after the last frost.
Depth : 5 mm
Germination : Can take up to 3 weeks
Soil : Light, well-drained, rich in humus
Exposure : Part-shade to sunny
Planting : Outdoors in the garden after the last frost.
Plant spacing : 25 cm
Row spacing : 30-35 cm
Watering : Regular
Care and other considerations :
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