Hamburg Parsley Petroselinum Crispum Seeds Xiao Xiang Qin
Parsley is a biennial that is typically grown in St. Louis as an annual. It is easily grown in average, consistently moist, well-drained soils in full sun to light shade. It prefers rich soils. Do not allow soils to dry out. Plants perform best in cool summer climates, and sometimes tend to languish in the hot and humid summers of the deep South. Starter plants may be planted 8-12" apart in the garden around the last spring frost date. Plants may also be grown from seed, but this is more difficult because germination is slow and usually uneven. Seed may be started indoors about 6-8 weeks before last spring frost date. Seed may also be started outdoors in the garden as of last spring frost date. Additional seed may be planted in the garden later in spring and in mid-summer. If desired, bring containers or dug-up plants indoors in fall before first frost for overwintering (site in a cool sunny window or under lights).
Petroselinum crispum, called parsley, is a culinary herb that is native to Europe and the Mediterranean. It is now grown world-wide for its is aromatic edible leaves which may be used fresh or dried in soups, salads and a wide variety of other food dishes (e.g., potatoes, fish, stews, vegetables, omelets). It is popularly used as a garnish. It typically grows in a clump to 12" tall and as wide. Triangular dark green leaves are finely divided into curly or flat leaflets. Leaves remain harvestable until temperatures drop into the low 20s F., but will remain strong throughout winter in warm winter climates. Plants will bloom in the 2nd year by sending up stalks to 2-3' tall bearing compound umbels of greenish-yellow flowers. Unfortunately, leaves lose good flavor in the second year when plants are in flower. Three kinds of parsley are currently in use: curly leaved parsley (var. crispum), Italian or flat-leaved parsley (var. neapolitanum) and Hamburg parsley (var. tuberosum). Curly leaved is the most popular. Flat leaved has plain leaves with stronger flavor. Hamburg is grown for its swollen parsnip-like roots which may be boiled and eaten as a vegetable. Parsley is high in vitamin A, vitamin C, several of the B complex vitamins and a number of minerals including potassium, iron, copper and manganese. Parsley is a larval food plant for the black swallowtail butterfly.
Genus name comes from the Greek words petros meaning a rock and selinon meaning parsley or celery.
Specific epithet means finely waved or closely curled.
No serious insect or disease problems. Septoria leaf spot and stem rot. Carrot weevil, flea beetles, leafhoppers and tarnished plant bugs.
Herb gardens. Edging. Containers. Popular addition to cooking. Frequently used as a fresh garnish. Attractive landscape plant. Hanging baskets.
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