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Curled Moss Parsley 2 – 20 Grams

250 EGP

Description

Franchi Seeds from Italy (GMO-FREE DECLARATION)

‘Curled Moss’ parsley’s botanical name is Petroselinum crispum and it is from the Apiaceae family. It is extensively cultivated across the world. It can be paired with flowers in ornamental plantings, and grow indoors in the winter!

It has a height between 25 – 30 cm. Curled Moss Parsley has a dark green color, deeply cut, curled leaves with a milder flavor than flat-leaf types.

Parsley is one of the most popular herbs and is one of the most used herbs in the kitchen. It is often used chopped and added to sauces, butters and for stuffing as well as for garnishes. It’s also a welcome addition to salads and cooked meats.

General Info

  • Parsley is divided into two types: flat leaf and curly leaf.

  1. Flat leaf is most often used in recipes

  2. Curly leaf is well-known as a garnish.

  • Grown annually, it can grow through fall and into winter because of its cold tolerance. It has a milder flavor than flat-leaved types and can enhance almost any food, in flavor. Curled Moss Parsley is a variety that is preferred to use as a garnish. Its leaves can be harvested as soon as they are long enough. It is very nutritious (vitamins A, B, C)

  • Parsley is one of the most popular herbs and is one of the most used herbs in the kitchen. It is often used chopped and added to sauces, butters and for stuffing as well as for garnishes. It’s also a welcome addition to salads and cooked meats.

Growing Guidelines

Days to Maturity: 40 -60 days 

Hardiness Zone: Between 5 to 8

Planting Depth: 1 cm

Plant Spacing: 15 cm: 35 cm

Soil Preference: 70% Cocopeat 10% Vermiculite 5% Perlite 15% Plant Compost.

Temp Preference: Warm (15°C: 23°C)

Light Preference: Full sun, part shade (14-18 hour minimum)

Color: Dark green

Flavor: Mild bitter 

pH Range: 6.0 – 7.0

EC: 0.8 – 1.8 

TDS: 400-900

Germination Days: 7 – 15 days

  1. Prepare your soil mix and put your seeds at 1 cm depth.

  2. Spray the seeds and cover them with a plastic case to accelerate the germination process, don’t forget to make holes in the plastic case for the seeds to breathe.

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Harvesting

  • Once parsley is established, you can begin harvesting outer leaves.

  • Use a harvesting knife to cut the crop down to 5-7 cm from the face of the soil and keep it in the system to regrow. Another harvest may be taken later.

  • It will produce fresh leaves almost all year round, so you can harvest whenever you need.

  • We recommend starting a new cycle for parsley after the third harvest.

  • The whole plant can be harvested at once, cutting it off just above ground level; more leaves will grow. 

  • Use immediately or freeze to preserve freshness

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