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«Berlin» - Organic Root Parsley Seeds NEW SALE

«Berlin» - Organic Root Parsley Seeds

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The cultivar is recommended for autumn and winter crops; it is resistant to diseases and seed stem formation. It is useful for storing and can overwinter in the soil. The root is approx. 20 cm long, shaped like an elongated cone, the bark is white.

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  • Manufacturer country: Ukraine
  • Product code: 12163-3
  • Available: a lot of
  • Germination: 90%
  • Unit: Seeds
  • Crop year / Production date: 2017
  • Shelf life: 5 years
  • Heirloom Root Parsley «Berlin»

    The cultivar is recommended for autumn and winter crops; it is resistant to diseases and seed stem formation. It is useful for storing and can overwinter in the soil.

    The root is approx. 20 cm long, shaped like an elongated cone, the bark is white, the axial cylinder is creamy white, firm flesh, dense.
     

    How to Grow

    Parsley root plants can be grown from seed. The roots need a long growing season to develop, so start them indoors 5-6 weeks before the last frost date if you live in an area with hard winters. Germination can take as long as 3 weeks, so soak the seeds for 12 hours in warm water first to help it along. When your parsley root plants are 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall, harden them off outdoors, then transplant them when all risk of frost has passed.

    In hot areas without frost, plant your parsley root plants during the cool season in autumn, winter, or early spring. Growing parsley root plants like rich loamy soil and frequent watering. They can also be grown in containers provided they are deep enough to accommodate the long roots. Parsley root harvesting happens in phases.

    If you’re after the leaves, cut the outer stalks off at ground level to encourage new growth. Always leave the inner stalks in place. At the end of the growing season, dig up the entire plant and separate the stalks from the root. Store the root in damp sand or peat and freeze or dry the leaves.