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Parsley

Petroselinum

Perk up your garden and your mealtimes by adding parsley to your growing roster. The only maintenance this fuss-free herb requires is planting and harvesting. Give plants evenly moist, well-drained soil, and you'll enjoy fresh green flavors in no time. Curly leaf parsley brings a crisp taste to salads, vegetables, and herb butters, and it's a key ingredient in bouquet garni and fines herbes, an herb blend used in French cuisine. Flat-leaf Italian parsley boasts a stronger flavor that holds up well in cooking, earning this herb a place in soups, stews, and sauces.

In the garden, both parsleys thrive in beds or containers. Curly leaf parsley makes a handsome edging for planting beds, particularly when paired with a contrasting foliage texture, such as upright chives or fat-leaf basil. Black swallowtail butterflies lay eggs on curly parsley. Look for black, green, and yellow striped caterpillars munching their way along stems.

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From 1 to 8 feet

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8-24 inches wide

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more varieties for Parsley
'Moss Curled' parsley

'Moss Curled' parsley

Petroselinum crispum 'Moss Curled' unfurls leaves with a clean, crisp flavor that doesn't hold up well in cooking.

Italian flat-leaf parsley

Italian flat-leaf parsley

Petroselinum neapolitanum is great for seasoning hot dishes, since its flavor holds up well under heat.

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