Flat Italian Parsley is known for its easy-to-chop, flat, green leaves. These tasty green leaves are used in a variety of different foods. These foods are most popular in European, Middle Eastern, Brazillian, and American dishes. Plant your parsley plants inside using pots to add a lovely touch of green to your home interior or outside in an herb garden. Anywhere you plant your parsley, you’ll be sure you have great tasting, fresh herbs for your culinary use.
Scientific Name: Petroselinum Crispum
Blooms/Foliage: Flat-leaf parsley has medium green foliage color. The leaves of this plant are what makes this plant so popular because they are flat in comparison of curly leaf parsley. The blooms of this plant appear in a white or off-white color. Plant will begin to decline after flowering. Remove flowers to prolong plant growth.
Exposure: These parsley plants enjoy being planted in areas of a garden that receive full sunlight. Full sunlight allows for parsley plants to develop their best flavor.
Water: Parsley planters should keep the soil that their parsley plants are planted in stays consistently moist, but allowed good drainage.
Potential Plant Dangers: Pest threats to your parsley plants include aphids, armyworms, and other worm types. Diseases such as leaf blight, root rot, and crater spot all are threats to your parsley plant.