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Parsley Seed 'Champion Moss Curled'

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Image of  Parsley Champion Moss Curled
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Image of Parsley Champion Moss Curled
Image of Parsley Champion Moss Curled
Image of Parsley Champion Moss Curled

Petroselinum crispum 'Champion Moss Curled'

Curly-leaved parsley is probably the most common and best-known herb!

  • Easy to grow.
  • Hardy biennial.

Supplied as a packet of approximately 200 seeds.

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The familiar, traditional crinkled-leaved parsley.

Parsley is actually a member of the carrot family!

  • Hardy biennial.
  • Reaches 12-30" (30-80 cm) tall.
  • Flowers on long stalk-like green umbels in June-July (though if parsley flowers the leaves become inedible and the plant will die).
  • Likes a rich moist soil.
  • Prefers part shade.
  • Sow thinly 18" (45 cm) apart in spring (and again in late summer for a winter crop).
  • Cover lightly with soil.
  • Germination can take 6-7 weeks.
  • Pick leaves regularly.
  • Full of vitamins and minerals (particularly vitamin C).
  • Can be grown in pots.
  • Culinary Uses.
  • Often used in soups and stews.
  • As a garnish on almost any dish!
  • Can be added to salad and sandwiches.
  • Can be used in bouquet garni.
  • Medicinal Uses.
  • Can be used to treat urinary infections.
  • Can help menstrual problems.
  • Can aid digestion.
  • Can act as a mild laxative.
  • Leaves can be infused and used as a tonic for hair, eyes and skin (and it's said to minimize freckles).
  • Crushed leaves have been used as temporary dressings for open wounds.
  • Can help irritation caused by insect bites.
  • Can alleviate water retention and act as a kidney tonic (and help clear kidney stones)
  • Can help improve circulation, arthritis and rheumatic pain.
  • Can help relieve asthma and ease any lung congestion.
  • Can help milk production for nursing mothers.
  • Has been proved to reduce blood pressure.
  • Contains antioxidants said to help fight cancer.
  • Other Uses.
  • Chewing after meals can help freshen breath (even after eating garlic).
  • Once used to decorate tombs.
  • The Romans made garlands from it!
  • Can improve the scent of roses if grown near by.

Disclaimer
As with all alternative medicines and plants with purported medicinal benefits it is important to inform your health care providers that you are using them; this helps to ensure safe and coordinated care. We can accept no liability for any side effect or contingency from any allergy or any other cause or harm that may arise. If in doubt please do consult a medical practitioner before using. Ensure you do not use the wild varieties as some are poisonous. Avoid during pregnancy or if you have kidney disease or an infection.