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Parsley, the vibrant and versatile herb, graces gardens and kitchens with its lush greenery and distinct flavor. This biennial herb is appreciated for its culinary prowess and nutritional benefits. With curly or flat leaves, parsley adds a fresh burst of flavor to a variety of dishes, becoming a staple in kitchens worldwide. Easy to cultivate, it symbolizes culinary creativity and the joy of homegrown herbs.

Plant Care Guide

Full Sunlight


Parsley appreciates at least 6 to 8 hours of full direct sunlight a day, if you are living in a hot climate your plant may need some afternoon shade. A south or east facing window will be the best spot in your home.

Frequent Watering


Parsley’s soil should always be moist but not soggy, they love at least 1 to 2 inches of soil per week. The soil should never dry out as it cannot handle drought, it will lead to the plant browning and withering.



Your parsley grows best in loamy soil that has a high organic content and is slightly acidic or close to a neutral soil pH. The high organic matter promotes growth of its best foliage. Make sure your soil is well-draining because Parsley does not like becoming waterlogged. Parsley can benefit from fertilizer at the beginning of the growing season and in the springtime. Give food once a month with half strength edible plant fertilizer or instead mixing your soil with organic matter and compost.

Average Humidity


Parsley does not have a humidity requirement and it can handle a wide temperature change; 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit is perfect for their needs.