Parsley Seedlings [Palm Coast, Florida]
Crisp, aromatic, and bursting with flavor, our parsley plants are meticulously cultivated to bring the essence of nature into your kitchen.
Palm Coast, Florida Nursery Location
15 in stock
- Harvest the outer leaves by cutting them at the base of the leafstalk. Harvest leaves as needed.
- Sprigs are delicious in salads and make an excellent accent for vegetables and potatoes. Chewing on a fresh leaf can freshen your breath.
- Fresh parsley may be stored in zip lock bags in the fridge for a week. Fresh leaves freeze well in ice cubes or sealed zip lock bags, and may also be dried. It can be used in vinegars as well, or made into parsley herbed butter.
Can I grow parsley indoors?
Yes if you have a sunny location, you can grow parsley indoors. Parsley is also great for containers, adding interesting textures to mixed plantings.
How can I use parsley as a companion plant?
Parsley can deter beetles from asparagus patches. It can also help tomatoes by deterring insects and improving the flavor.
Is parsley an annual or perennial?
Parsley is a biennial. It is grown as an annual in most gardens because it is grown for the foliage which may be harvested the first year. It can tolerate frost, but tends to become more bitter the second year.
Why does my parsley taste bitter?
The second year parsley will produce a flower stalk and at that time the foliage can taste bitter. You can keep the plant blooming to save the seed, but otherwise remove it at this time.
When should I add parsley to my cooking?
Parsley is a delicate herb and should only be added at the end of cooking, in the last minute or two, or used as a garnish.