Parsley is a valuable spice that belongs to the herbaceous biennial plants of the umbrella family. Lush, succulent greens develop in the first year, and seeds form in the second year. A description of the best plant species for greenery can be found on the heading pages.
Each variety differs in terms of ripening, leaf size and structure, yield and taste. The color can be pale or dark green. Collected greens can be dried, freeze, preserve and add fresh to salads, soups and other dishes.
In open ground, you can plant pre-grown seedlings or seeds that have been processed. It is important to know what kind of soil the herb likes and how to prepare it. Care in open beds and in a greenhouse has its own characteristics. Information about the best time to harvest and how to properly cut the green mass will come in handy.