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Evergreen Parsley
Evergreen Parsley
Evergreen Parsley
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Evergreen Parsley
Petroselinum crispum

70 days — Exhibits more frost resistance than other varieties and grows vigorously. The leaves are compound, curled, dark-green and large. An "All-America Selection®" winner in 1940.

Parsley has been cultivated and used for centuries. It is used as a flavoring in soups and salads, as a garnish, and some varieties, as a vegetable (see 'Hamburg Rooted').

Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 300 seeds.  A biennial.

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Long lasting!
I have grown several kinds of parsley over the years. I count this among my favorites. It is nicely frilled for garnishing, but the best thing about it is how long lasting the plant is... I had green parsley all winter! (Granted, it has been a fairly mild winter this year.) I have had mixed luck with starting parsley in the past and some can be fairly difficult. With this one I chilled the seeds for several days before planting, and it came up very nicely.
Reviewed by: Nancy Collver from Southern Oregon. on 2/2/2015
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