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Giant of Italy Parsley Seeds

Giant of Italy Parsley Seeds

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We all know and love Parsley! This herb is often the preferred culinary variety for most cooking because of its impressive flavors.

The Giant of Italy Parsley produces strong, upright stems which makes this variety one of the best Parsley varieties to grow and cook. This is one beautiful, bushy prolific plant that grows between 1 to 1-1/2 ft. tall and is perfect for containers, cell containers, or as an edging in garden beds with plants spaced between 8-12 inches apart. You can prevent disease with crop rotation and good sanitation. They grow best in moist, fertile soil, so make sure to water them when they are dry. If planted in a well-drained location, they can be produced again the next spring season. They prefer the sun to perform well with high yields of dark green leaves that you can eat straight off the stem.

This herb plant is widely used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines. Their leaf size makes it easy to chop quickly, and they are actually high in iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E!

  • Species: Petroselinum crispum
  • Flavor: Spicy, Earthy
  • Origin: Mediterranean region
  • Plant Height: 1-1.5 ft.
  • Days to Maturity: 60-70 Days

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  • Plant size: 1-1.5 ft.
  • Origin: Mediterranean region

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Curtis Braxton

    Giant of Italy parsley are popping up everywhere more than happy🤙🏾

    Gordon Miller

    I need more! These seeds grew so well that I want more! I'm planting them all around my house.

    Matthew Baker
    Would love to review.

    0% germination rate for either the peppers or the parsley

    I wish I could give a better review... I have grown lots of different peppers, but these seeds were all duds... (this is the second batch with a 0% germination rate.