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How to Grow Parsley: Every Kitchen’s Essential Herb

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Parsley is an essential herb for every kitchen—and if you think parsley is only a decorative garnish, guess again! While parsley can make any dish prettier and more colorful, it’s the clean and peppery flavor of parsley that makes it a favorite of…  READ MORE right arrow
Norann Oleson, Editorial Director of Food Gardening Network
Parsley is a commonly used herb that has a rich history in gardening and cooking. Parsley is used in the Hebrew celebration of Passover as a symbol of spring and rebirth and is mentioned as one of the plants in the gardens of Charlemagne…  READ MORE right arrow
Italian flat leaf parsley in the garden

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Fresh parsley
Growing parsley in your home garden is all about controlling and enjoying the growing process; being able to harvest and use fresh parsley while it’s still fresh (not days or weeks old, like what you might buy in the grocery store); and saving money (store-bought fresh parsley can be…  READ MORE right arrow
Parsley seedlings in trays
Parsley is a biennial plant—meaning that the plant will die after it blooms—but you can grow it year-round if you want to have plants indoors. Parsley seed is notoriously slow to germinate and can require four to six weeks to sprout, so it can help to get…  READ MORE right arrow

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