Parsley

Parsley

Family: Apiaceae
Genus: Petroselinum
Species: P. crispum

Description

Plant native to the Mediterranean parsley belongs to Apiaceae family. It is a biennial plant with erect stems up to 50 cm tall. Its leaves are triangular, toothed, wrinkled, in three segments. The flowers develop in umbels and are yellow-green.

Growing Sheet

Scientific name Petroselinum crispum
Productivity cycle Perennial
Recommended Seeding in the ground
Amount of seeds 3.00 g
Sowing Depth 0.50 cm
Distance between rows 15 cm / 30 cm
Distance between rows 5 cm / 6 cm
Estimated number of plants/sqm 120.00
Average growing time 70 years / 110 years
Average sprouting time 14 gg / 21 gg
Produce per sqm 1.00 kg / 3.00 kg
Estimated growing sqm per person 0.3
Ideal Sprouting Temperature (C°) 7 °c - 26 °c
Min. Temperature (C°) 7 °c
Soil pH 6.00 / 7.00
Can be grown in pots yes

Variety

Common italian flat leaf
The most common varieties of parsley, leaves of medium size, dark green
Common italian flat leaf
Gigante d'Italia

Leaves large, dark green color, good flavor

Gigante d'Italia
Curly leaf

Small plant, toothed and crisp leaves, good flavor

Curly leaf