Petroselinum crispum

Forest Green is one of the favorite curled parsleys. It’s long, stiff, upright stems help keep the double and triple curled leaves clean and allow for easy bunching. You can expect the plants to be 10 to 12 inches tall. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum var. tuberosum

This is an old fashioned root parsley that produces fleshy white tapered parsnip-like roots up to 10 inches long that are cooked as a vegetable. Dark green leaves are flat and deeply cut with medium long stems and may be used like ordinary parsley. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

These large plants with thick stalks and large quantity of flat, glossy dark green leaves are 2 to 3 feet tall. It has a strong parsley flavor more pungent than curled types. The stiff, upright stems are good for bunching. Preferred for most Italian dishes. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

Similar to Triple Curled with slightly longer stems more adaptable to bunching. Holds color well. Relative maturity is 72 to 82 days. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

Also known as Single Leaf or Flat Leaf, this variety is similar to Italian Giant with slightly less uniformity and less cold tolerance. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

A medium sized fast growing plant with closely curled dark-green leaves. Triple Curled has long stiff upright stems for easy bunching. It also has a pleasant flavor with a milder pungency than Italian Giant. Good uniform strain. Relative maturity is 70 to 80 days. Read More…