Flavor is better than most curled varieties
Leaves are deeply and closely curled. Flavor is better than most curled varieties. Upright foliage helps keep leaves clean. Bunches well. Holds well in heat and drought without discoloration. Use for garnishes and flavoring. Excellent for garden or market.Apiaceae Petroselinum crispum
Ruffled leaves on a stem 8 to 12" long. This is the most attractive type to use as a garnish, and is milder in flavor to the flat leaved types.
- Ease of Growing
- Grown as
- Days to Maturity
- 75 (Spring/Summer), 75 (Fall/Winter)
- Growing Habit
This cool weather biennial is hardy to frost and light freezes.
- Spring Transplant, Spring
- Growing Season
- Cultivar Type
- Growing Conditions
- Cold, Cool, Warm
Parsley prefers loose, moderately fertile soil with plenty of added organic matter. Water lightly.
- Outdoor Growing Temp
- 45°F - 75°F
- Min Outdoor Soil Temp
Parsley takes a long time to germinate and does best in warm soil between 70˚- 85˚ F (it doesn't germinate well at higher temperatures).
- Start Indoors
- Start Outdoors
- Sun: min. 6 hours daily (Cold, Cool, Warm)
Full sun or partial shade.
Parsley likes moist soil. If you think the plants might need water they probably do.
Parsley prefers a fertile soil with lots of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
- Tolerates light frost, Needs summer shade
- Small Gardens?
Parsley is easy to grow in containers either individually or as a cut and come again crop. Choose a well-draining container that is at least 12" deep. Parsley is not picky about soil and does not need a lot of attention, but be sure to keep the soil from becoming overly wet. It is also important to provide access to a lot of sunshine.
- Attracts beneficial insects?
- Fruit Size
- Plant Height
- Plant Diameter
- Hardiness Zone
- Disease Resistance
- Taste Profile
Leaves are deeply and closely curled. Flavor is better than most curled varieties. Use for garnishes and flavoring.