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Growing Parsley, also curly leaf parsley or flat leaf (Italian) parsley

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01 May 09 Glenn (Australia - temperate climate)
Lynne - three things are possible: either you've bought cheap & nasty seeds, you sow the very small seeds too deeply or the soil is poor. I recommend sowing your parsley in seed punnets (several seeds) filled with seed raising mix. Once they shoot, remove all but the best one, then transfer to a larger punnet, then plant in good soil. Parsley loves moisture.
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