Parsley is a great item to complement fresh vegetable sales and herb sales. Select from double- and triple-curled parsley types, as well as Italian flat-leaf types. We choose our parsley varieties for their uniformity, flavor and attractive dark green color.
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High-Quality Parsley Seeds for Sale
At Harris Seeds, we supply growers around the United States with the seeds and supplies they need to grow thriving parsley and other plants. Hobbyists and professionals alike choose our high-quality parsley seeds:
- As a companion for other crops: Parsley naturally deters pests and attracts beneficial insects like pollinators. These characteristics make parsley an excellent partner for your other veggies.
- For nutritional value: This plant is as rich in nutrients as it is in flavor. Parsley's vitamins and antioxidants promote healthier skin, bones and more.
- To uplift culinary favorites: From soups to grilled meats, parsley adds a refreshing twist to any dish. Its versatility means you can easily add it to your diet.
Our Most Popular Parsley Varieties
No matter what your needs are, we have bulk parsley seeds for every garden and palate. Choose from our most popular varieties:
- Plain Italian dark green: You'll find this herb decorating soups, salads, tacos and more. Growers favor Italian dark green parsley for its distinctive flavor profile and vigorous growth.
- Peione: Peione is ideal for bunching thanks to its sturdy stems and consistently high yields. This variety will add color and freshness to any dish or market.
- Banquet: This hardy variety hails from Denmark, featuring excellent cold tolerance for cool-weather growth and wintering over. Use its stems to garnish or flavor all your favorite recipes.
- Krausa organic: Krausa's uniformity, strength and dependability yield bountiful harvests time after time. Its moss-like form fits perfectly in pots.
Parsley Growing Tips
With some extra care and attention, enjoying fresh parsley is a breeze. Here are our top parsley growing tips:
- Plant your parsley indoors six to eight weeks before the season's last frost, or sow directly outdoors after it passes.
- Accelerate the germination process by soaking your seeds overnight before planting.
- Ensure your seeds have well-drained soil and six to eight hours of sunlight per day.
- Keep the inner stalks intact to enjoy continued harvests.
Buy Parsley Seeds for Your Garden Online
Parsley takes time to germinate, so it's best to start the process as soon as possible. When you choose Harris Seeds, you'll get tried and tested seeds, high germination rates and fast turnaround times at the right price. Purchase your parsley seeds today!