Parsley Moskrul 2 is a curled Parsley variety. It’s an organically grown, very delicious Parsley variety. This variety has dense, finely curled, dark green leaves. The flavour and aroma is very strong. You can also grow this Parsley indoors in large pots or outdoors on a sunny plot. Use fresh because dried Parsley suffers from flavour loss. You can freeze it to store. You can chew some Parsley to avoid or help with garlic breath. Parsley can also help with digestion.
Parsley is very healthy and versatile. Parsley contains a.o.: vitamin A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B11, B12, K and C. And the minerals sodium, potassium, phosphor, iron, magnesium, manganese, sulphur, copper and zinc. It also contains a lot of chlorophyll and little calories and fat. Curled Parsley is delicious in combination with: chicken, eggs, radish, capers, oyster, potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, chicory, salads, mushrooms, beef, pork and cheese. Curled Parsley is used for season and garnish fish, meat, vegetable dishes, salads, soups, sauces and potato salads. Non hardy annual.
How to Grow Parsley Although this herb tolerates poor soil and drainage, it’s always preferable to situate plants in organic-rich, well-drained soil when growing parsley. Planting parsley in areas with full sun to partial shade is also recommended. This easy-care herb requires little maintenance, other than occasional watering or weeding, once established. These tasks, however, can be reduced by applying mulch around the plants. Harvesting Parsley Parsley can be harvested throughout the year, especially when growing parsley in a cold frame or indoors during winter. You can begin harvesting parsley once the leaves start to curl. For optimal flavor, pick parsley early in the day (morning hours) when the plant’s oil is strongest. Parsley is best used while fresh; however, it can be frozen until ready for use. It’s also better to freeze parsley rather than drying, as this may cause the herb to lose some of its flavor. Now that you know more about how to grow parsley, you can add it to your garden. Growing parsley not only adds a delicious herb to your garden, but a lovely one as well.
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