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Mark A. Miller

(Curly Parsley, Curlyleaf Parsley, Parsley)

One of many named forms of curly-leaved parsley, ‘Moss Curled’ produces a compact, dense clump of extremely curly, bright green leaves with a mossy appearance. These are highly ornamental and ready to harvest around 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...

Image of Petroselinum crispum (Neapolitanum Group) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Curlyleaf Parsley, Flatleaf Parsley, Parsley)

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 salads, soups, meats and pasta dishes. The leaves are ready to harvest around 70 to 80 days after planting.

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

Image of Petroselinum crispum var. crispum photo by: Nancy Engel

Nancy Engel

(Curly Parsley, Curlyleaf Parsley, Parsley)

Naturally occurring, curly-leaved forms of parsley originate from southern Europe and impart a fresh, green taste to food. This popular herb forms more compact, neat clumps of leaves that can be harvested throughout the growing season. The leaves are used to season salads, soups, meats and pasta dishes. Curly forms are also used as a classic garnish which can be chewed after a meal to help clean the palate. Parsley is ready to harvest around 70 to 80 days after planting.

Curly parsley forms...

(Berliner Bero Parsley, Hamburg Parsley, Parsley, Root Parsley, Tuberous Parsley)

This classic European cultivar of root parsley is known for its long, crisp, sweet roots. Root parsley is a biennial herb grown for its tasty roots, which have a nutty flavor reminiscent of celery. The foliage can be used sparingly as a garnish. Parsley is native to southern Europe and is most often grown as an annual vegetable. The long, white, carrot-like roots are ready to harvest around 100 days after planting.

Plants produce clumps of ferny, many-divided leaves from a long, white taproot....

Image of Pimpinella anisum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Anise Burnet Saxifrage)

The sweet, flavorful seeds and leaves of anise have added delight to gardens and foodstuffs for thousands of years. A heat-loving annual herb, it is native from Russia and central Europe to Egypt.

Clumps of attractive, bright green, oval basal leaves give rise in summer to upright knee-high stems furnished with lacy, finely divided foliage. The leaves have a refreshing licorice scent. Flat heads of tiny white starry flowers appear at the stem tips from mid to late summer. The flowers attract...

Image of Prunella grandiflora photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Large-flowered Selfheal)

A mat-forming groundcover that rapidly spreads by running roots, large selfheal is an herbaceous perennial native to Europe. In late spring and summer it produces dense, compact spikes of purple flowers above the deep green leaves with sparse teeth on their oval edges. Bees will frequent the blooms. Cultivars with pink, lilac, red, or white flowers are available.

Large selfheal grows well in sun or partial shade and moist soil. It spreads vigorously, so select a site where it has room to roam,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Large-flowered Selfheal)

A mat-forming groundcover that rapidly spreads by running roots, ‘Bella Deep Rose’ selfheal is a selection of an herbaceous perennial native to Europe. In early to midsummer it produces dense, compact spikes of rosy-pink flowers above the medium-green, spear-shaped leaves. Bees and butterflies frequent the blooms.

Grow ‘Bella Deep Rose’ selfheal in sun or partial shade and moist soil. It spreads vigorously, so select a site where it has room to roam, such as an embankment or shrub border. Deadhead...

(Large-flowered Selfheal)

A mat-forming groundcover that rapidly spreads by running roots, ‘Blue Loveliness’ large selfheal descends from an herbaceous perennial native to Europe. In late spring and summer it produces dense, compact spikes of blue-violet flowers above the deep green, spear-shaped leaves. Bees and butterflies will frequent the blooms.

Grow ‘Blue Loveliness’ in sun or partial shade and moist soil. It spreads vigorously, so select a site where it has room to roam, such as an embankment or shrub border. Deadhead...

(Large-flowered Selfheal)

A mat-forming groundcover that rapidly spreads by running roots, pink-flowering large selfheal descends from an herbaceous perennial native to Europe. In late spring and summer it produces dense, compact spikes of pink flowers above the deep green, spear-shaped leaves. Bees and butterflies will frequent the blooms.

Grow ‘Rosea' in sun or partial shade and moist soil. It spreads vigorously, so select a site where it has room to roam, such as an embankment, under a tree canopy or shrub border....

Image of Prunella laciniata photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Cut-leaved Selfheal)

Creeping and sprawling, cutleaf selfheal is charming in late spring into midsummer as it blooms with upright spikes of white to rosy-violet flowers. A perennial that reseeds itself to form modest ground-covering groups, it is native to the lower and mid-elevations surrounding the Alps in southcentral Europe.

Remaining low in its habit, it is distinctive for its green to drab gray-green leaves, which are often narrow with small lobes. In late spring, fuzzy stems rise above the leaves to display...