Parsley

Parsley

Growing Parsley in South Africa. 

Parsley harvest

parsley is a biennial plant which means it only grows once in two years. The first year, the leaves form and after that there are flowers on top of stems called branches; these will eventually turn into seeds or bulbs (depending if they're left outside). You should reseed annually so your garden doesn't lose its diversity!

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