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Curated for container and raised bed gardening, each seed pack represents 1 square foot of garden space - Perfect for planning your LifeSpace Garden.

Parsley is a wonderful addition to any container garden as it yields a constant harvest and is rich in vitamins. As a biennial, it doesn’t require a great deal of care and will take you through an entire year of harvest. It is also resistant to most pests and diseases.

Seeds per Pack: 8-10 | Spacing per square foot: 4

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Plant 4 seeds per square foot

Sun Exposure

Parsley needs 4-8 hours of sunlight

Start Indoors

Feb, March, July, Aug

Transplant Outside

April, May, September

Direct Seed

April, May, June, July, Aug


May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

how do i grow parsley?

Parsley is quite slow growing, to start from seed plant 2 seeds in each cell, about 1cm deep. Parsley seeds can be slow to germinate and can be soaked in lukewarm water for 24hrs before planting them, which will speed up the germination process. When you see the shoots appear, move your seeds to a spot where they will receive full sun

Parsley can be moved outdoors five weeks before the last spring frost.  Plant them in your garden at the same depth they grew in the tray. Parsley is cold hardy and can be harvested throughout most of the winter. If you can, plant parsley somewhere that receives only partial sun in the summer

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When parsley has reached 3-4 inches tall you can begin to harvest. The leaves will quickly replenish itself. Cut the outer leaves as you need them, or for a bigger harvest cut the entire plant slightly above the tiny middle shoots. The plant will continue to grow more leaves throughout the season. 

Helpful Tips and Tricks

Parsley can be potted up for a kitchen windowsill garden. In their second year try letting them bolt, the umbelliferae shape of the blossoms is very attractive to beneficial insects


A good source of Vitamin A and C

Preparing and using

Parsley is great fresh, dried or cooked. It is used in many cultures as a staple flavour in many dishes. Try using it as a garnish! 

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