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(Hardy Marjoram, Italian Oregano)

Many gourmets consider Italian oregano the best oregano for culinary flavor. The seemingly perfect, mild intermediate flavor is the result of its origins: the hybrid between sweet marjoram (Origanum majorana) and Greek oregano (O. vulgare). Both of these parent species are native to the Mediterranean. Typically an herbaceous perennial, Italian oregano may develop stiff, woody stems in regions with mild winters.

This herb is an upright clump of numerous stems. The aromatic leaves...

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James H. Schutte

(Parsley)

Whether flat or curly-leaved, the leaves of parsley impart a fresh, green taste to food that helps clean the palate. This popular herb originates from southern Europe but is used and enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. It forms neat clumps of leaves that can be harvested throughout the growing season. These are used to season salads, soups, meats and pasta dishes. Parsley is ready to harvest around 70 to 80 days after planting.

Parsley forms a rosette of bright green, flattened or curly...

(Parsley)

One of many named forms of curly-leaved parsley, ‘Afro’ produces a compact, puffy clump of extremely curly, bright green leaves with a mossy appearance. These are highly ornamental and ready to harvest around 65 to 70 days after planting.

Whether flat or curly-leaved, the leaves of parsley impart a fresh, green taste to food that helps clean the palate. This popular herb originates from southern Europe but is used and enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. It forms neat clumps of leaves...

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James H. Schutte

(Catalogno Parsley, Flatleaf Parsley, Parsley)

This Italian flatleaf parsley cultivar produces lots of extra large, flat, flavorful leaves and is slow to bolt. The leaves are ready to harvest around 78 days from planting.

Parsley is a biennial herb from southern Europe grown for its piquant, dark green leaves. As its common name suggests, flat-leafed parsley (also known as Italian parsley) has unruffled leaves rather than curly. The leaves of parsleys in the Neapolitanum Group are more flavorful than those of curly forms and are used to season...

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Jesse Saylor

(Curly Parsley, Curlyleaf Parsley, Extra Curled Dwarf Parsley, Parsley)

One of many named forms of curly-leaved parsley, 'Extra Curled Dwarf' produces a super compact, dense clump of extremely curly, bright green leaves. These are highly ornamental and ready to harvest around 65 to 70 days after planting.

Whether flat or curly-leaved, the leaves of parsley impart a fresh, green taste to food that helps clean the palate. This popular herb originates from southern Europe but is used and enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. It forms neat clumps of leaves that...

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James H. Schutte

(Curly Parsley, Curlyleaf Parsley, Forest Green Parsley, Parsley)

One of many named forms of curly-leaved parsley, 'Forest Green' produces a dense clump of extremely curly, dark green leaves that maintain their dark color all season long. These are highly ornamental and ready to harvest around 75 days after planting.

Whether flat or curly-leaved, the leaves of parsley impart a fresh, green taste to food that helps clean the palate. This popular herb originates from southern Europe but is used and enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. It forms neat clumps...

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James H. Schutte

(Flatleaf Parsley, Gigante d'Italia Parsley, Parsley)

This Italian flatleaf parsley cultivar produces lots of super large, flat, dark green leaves and is slow to bolt. The flavorful leaves are ready to harvest around 75 days from planting.

Parsley is a biennial herb from southern Europe grown for its piquant, dark green leaves. As its common name suggests, flat-leafed parsley (also known as Italian parsley) has unruffled leaves rather than curly. The leaves of parsleys in the Neapolitanum Group are more flavorful than those of curly forms and are...

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James H. Schutte

(Flatleaf Parsley, Italian Flatleaf Parsley, Parsley)

This heirloom Italian flatleaf parsley produces lots of super large, flat, dark green leaves that remain dark all season long. The flavorful leaves are ready to harvest around 78 days from planting.

Parsley is a biennial herb from southern Europe grown for its piquant, dark green leaves. As its common name suggests, flat-leafed parsley (also known as Italian parsley) has unruffled leaves rather than curly. The leaves of parsleys in the Neapolitanum Group are more flavorful than those of curly...

(Parsley)

This Italian flatleaf parsley cultivar produces lots of extra-large, flat, robustly flavored leaves that are high in the astringent oil apiol. The dark green leaves are ready to harvest around 75 days after sowing.

Parsley is a biennial herb from southern Europe grown for its piquant, dark green leaves. As its common name suggests, flat-leafed parsley (also known as Italian parsley) has unruffled leaves rather than curly. The leaves of parsleys in the Neapolitanum Group are more flavorful than...

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James H. Schutte

(Curly Parsley, Curlyleaf Parsley, Parsley)

One of many named forms of curly-leaved parsley, 'Krausa' produces a dense, compact clump of "triple-curled", vibrant green leaves that maintain their pleasing color all season long. These are highly ornamental and ready to harvest around 75 days after planting.

Whether flat or curly-leaved, the leaves of parsley impart a fresh, green taste to food that helps clean the palate. This popular herb originates from southern Europe but is used and enjoyed by cultures throughout the world. It forms...