Heirloom Vegetable. The leaves of this parsley are flat, deeply cut and a vibrant glossy dark green. The rich flavour contained within the leaves makes them as excellent choice for seasoning. This variety is widely used in European cuisine.
How to Grow
530 seed/gram Germination is hastened by first soaking seed in water overnight. After soaking, sow seed 6 mm (1/4″) deep in rows 40 cm (16″) apart. Be patient. Parsley takes up to three weeks to sprout. Keep the seedbed evenly moist but avoid crusting over the soil as this will greatly reduce the number of seedlings that emerge. Mulching the seed bed aids germination. Thin seedlings to 10 cm (4″) apart after germination. Keep parsley well weeded. One packet sows approximately 6 m (20’) of row.