PARSLEY ‘ITALIAN’ HEIRLOOM SEEDS

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PARSLEY ‘ITALIAN’ HEIRLOOM SEEDS

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Also know as flat leaf parsley, it is a species of flowering plant and herb native to the central Mediterranean region. One of the most widely cultivated herbs, it is in everything from tabbouleh to chimichurri to salsa verde.

When to Plant
Zone 1: September – April
Zone 2: September – May
Zone 3: Anytime
Zone 4: Anytime

For zone map CLICK HERE

Soil  Free draining with plenty of compost. When growing in pots ensure you use a good quality potting mix (quality is typically correlated to price…)

How to Plant  Sow seeds directly into the veggie patch. Seeds are small so will require thinning out once germinated. They will take 3 – 5 weeks to germinate.

Spacing  20cm

Depth  1cm

Position  Full sun/part shade

Companion Plants  Carrots, Chives, Tomato & Asparagus

Approximate no. of seeds  150

Note: We source all of our seeds locally and in small batches to ensure they remain at their maximum viability for germination

4 in stock

Description

Also know as flat leaf parsley, it is a species of flowering plant and herb native to the central Mediterranean region. One of the most widely cultivated herbs, it is in everything from tabbouleh to chimichurri to salsa verde.

When to Plant
Zone 1: September – April
Zone 2: September – May
Zone 3: Anytime
Zone 4: Anytime

For zone map CLICK HERE

Soil  Free draining with plenty of compost. When growing in pots ensure you use a good quality potting mix (quality is typically correlated to price…)

How to Plant  Sow seeds directly into the veggie patch. Seeds are small so will require thinning out once germinated. They will take 3 – 5 weeks to germinate.

Spacing  20cm

Depth  1cm

Position  Full sun/part shade

Companion Plants  Carrots, Chives, Tomato & Asparagus

Approximate no. of seeds  150

Note: We source all of our seeds locally and in small batches to ensure they remain at their maximum viability for germination

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