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

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02 Jul 09 Trevor Heywood (Australia - temperate climate)
The first year can be difficult, but Italian Parsley grows quickly. Sow one year in April or May and keep seedlings indoors in sunny window. Take great care of them. Protect throughout summer after transplanting, then the next Winter you have an enormous crop - enough to give away. Allow one to go to seed, and you'll never look back. For good health eat some daily, nibble when gardening. (See my mustard greens comment same date) Lindsay, mint will attract fat green caterpillars. Parsley seems immune from grubs.
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