Parsley Bravour Seeds
Info: Parsley `Bravour` is a moss curled parsley type with vigorous plants with tightly curled dark green leaves and an intense flavour. The plants are very productive and winter hardy. The leaves of the curly parsley are usually used raw as spice herb or only briefly heated, otherwise they lose their typical flavour.
Sowing & cultivation: Parsley likes a good deep soil, not too light and not acidic and sunny to half-shady place. Parsley can be sown all year round in pots or directly outdoors, and it hates being transferred. Direct sow seeds thinly, in drills 30-45cm apart and about 3cm deep. Keep moist. If at any time the leaves turn a little yellow, cut back to encourage new growth and feed with a liquid fertilizer. At the first sign of flower heads appearing, remove them if you wish to continue harvesting the leaves.
|Botanical name||Petroselium hortense|
|Sowing||whole year, from end of April outdoors|
|Location||sunny to partial shade, rich, deep soil|
|Height||30 - 40 cm|