How to grow Parsley in a garden

  1. Choose a sunny or partly shaded spot in the garden and prepare the planting area well by digging in Yates Dynamic Lifter Soil Improver & Plant Fertiliser
  2. Sow seeds direct or fill starter pots or trays with Yates Seed Raising Mix. Sow seeds, cover, firm down and water well. Keep the soil moist throughout germination - this can take up to 3-4 weeks.
  3. Once seedlings have emerged, feed weekly with Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Liquid Plant Food. Allow seedlings to grow to about 5-7cm before transplanting.
  4. Water regularly to keep soil moist and mulch around the base of the plants with organic mulch like sugar cane or pea straw to help retain moisture.
  5. Harvest when leaves are dark green and remove flowering stems to help extend the harvest window. 

     


How to grow Parsley in a pot

  1. Choose a pot at least 300mm wide and deep and position in a sunny or partly shaded spot in your garden. 
  2. Fill starter trays with Yates Seed Raising Mix. Sprinkle seeds over mix, lightly cover and gently water. Keep the soil moist throughout germination - this can take up to 3-4 weeks.
  3. Once seedlings reach 5-7cm tall, fill chosen pots with quality potting mix, such as Yates Potting Mix with Dynamic Lifter. Transplant seedling into the pot and water in well with Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Liquid Plant Food
  4. Water regularly and feed weekly with Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Liquid Plant Food
  5. Harvest when leaves are dark green and remove flowering stems to help extend the harvest window.  

Yates varieties


Growing tips

  • It is one of the few herbs that loves very damp conditions, so ensure it is well watered.

  • Italian parsley loves the heat and prefers full sun, whereas curled parsley thrives in a partly shaded position.  

 



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