Parsley

by Adenice Nyarangi

There are two types of parsley:


1. Flat-leaf parsley, also called Italian or French parsley, which is flat leaved and has the best flavor for cooking and


2. Curly parsley which is typically used as a garnish and to give color to mayonnaise and other sauces.


Both the flat-leaf and curly parsley plants grow to about 12 inches (30 cm) tall forming a beautiful rosette of deep green foliage. Parsley can be grown alongside vegetables, and with other herbs. It grows easily in beds, containers, and window boxes.


Parsley will be ready for harvest 70 to 90 days after sowing. Cut outer leaf stalks at the base for fresh foliage (inner leaves will continue to grow).


Harvest parsley by cutting the leafy stems from the base of the plant—this will also serve to make the plant grow back bushier. Harvest the larger, outer leaves first. For commercial purposes whole stems are cut.


Tip: Parsley pairs well with meat and egg dishes, potato and pasta dishes, vegetables, rice, salads, and soups, as well as cottage cheese and herb butters.

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