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The Bloomery LLC

Giant Italian Flat Leaf Parsley

Giant Italian Flat Leaf Parsley

Regular price $6.00 USD
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USDA Certified Organic.  

Classic flat leaf variety for use either fresh or dried for seasoning.

Stems hold leaves upright for easy bunching. A very nutritious and tasty addition to meat and vegetable dishes, soups and salads. Excellent for freezing, drying and fresh eating. 

  • Processing and bunching
  • Open-Pollinated

    Each plant is started from certified organic seeds and grown organically at The Bloomery, LLC where it is USDA Certified Organic through the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. Each plant is grown in a 3-inch square pot and shipped in a plastic shell that holds your plant securely in place.

    Note from the grower: We take great pride in growing you the best, healthy plants for your garden. We love helping our customers with their gardening needs. Each plant is grown with love and care from our family farm and straight to your garden. Please feel free to reach out if we can be of any help. 

    Plant Spacing 


    Row Spacing

    18-24" apart


    You’re ready to harvest your parsley but where to cut parsley is the question. Don’t be nervous; harvesting fresh parsley is easy. Just as with other herbs, parsley likes to be snipped, which encourages additional growth. Bunch the stems and leaves together and snip them off at ground level with kitchen shears. You can also just take a sprig or two starting with the outside stalks first. Be sure to cut at ground level though. If you just cut the leafy tops and leave the stems, the plant will be less productive.


    Either use the fresh herb immediately or place the whole thing in a glass of water and refrigerate until needed. You can also dry your parsley once it is harvested. Wash it and pat it dry, then allow the parsley to dry completely in a warm, airy place. Once the parsley is dry, remove the leaves from the stems. Discard the stems and store the dry parsley in an airtight container. You can freeze parsley as well. Both dried and frozen parsley should be used within the year, and the flavor will be much milder than when you use fresh parsley.


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