The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your Moss Curled Parsley Seeds!
Moss Curled Parsley is the variety preferred for use as a garnish. Leaves can be harvest as soon as large enough and will reshoot. Although not one of the easiest plants to germinate, parsley is one of the most popular herbs and is one of the most used herbs in the kitchen.
How to Grow Parsley Seeds!
#1 | Soak your seeds overnight the day before you plan on planting your seeds.
# 2 | Start your seeds indoors about 3 weeks before the last frost in your area.
#2 | Plant each seed 1/4" deep into the soil and keep them at 65-70 degrees F.
#3 | Because parsley has a notorious habit of slow germination, don't expect to see sprouts for 3-5 weeks.
#4 | Transplant the seedlings when the average outdoor soil temperature reaches 60 degrees F, spacing them 6" apart in full sun or partial shade.
#5 | Parsley also grows well as a container plant.