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Italian Parsley is rich in anti-oxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Parsley is one of the most valuable herbs in the kitchen and farmyard. This single plant is a good source of minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium. For vitamins, parsley stakes its claim as an excellent source for vitamin-A, beta-carotene, vitamin-C, vitamin-E, vitamin-K and folates. Italian Parsley is richer than Curley parsley, however, Curley parsley is milder.

Due to its high nutritional value and common use in the kitchen, Parsley holds a forever spot in our herb garden.  This herb is useful beyond the kitchen table for horses, goats and other livestock’s feed bucket. It is a valuable vitamin resource.


The more you harvest, the more it will bush out and produce!

Great for Italian, pasta dishes.  Add to Salads and sandwiches (like lettuce) for added nutrition and flavor!! Very delicious.  Used in soups, vegetable cooking, on chicken, fish, and other meat dishes


Parsley may be used:

1. immediately after harvest,

2. Set in a flower vase in a well lit room. Change water every so often.

3. Parsley may be dried for multi-purposes later in the winter months




EASY: YES!!! (one of the easiest herbs)

LIGHT: Full Sun – partial Sun

SOIL: Rich, compost, fertilizer.

WATER: Moist, and yet it’s feet not sitting in water. A little mounding of the dirt helps this. Then mulch it nicely to retain moisture.


POTTED: Yes in deep container

HEIGHT: 12’’ first year 2’ second year

COMPANION PLANTING: rose bushes, chives, onions, tomatoes, chili & sweet peppers, corn, and carrots

NOTE: Do NOT plant near lettuce or mint!  The mint and parsley are said to cross with terrible results! Planting near roses is said to increase the fragrance and repel aphids.

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