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Seeds on a disk of parsley from Italy

Seeds on a disk of parsley from Italy
Seeds on a disk of parsley from Italy
  • Model: SDISPRE
  • Flowering: Green-yellow flowers blooming during the active season.

  • Height: From 40 to 70 cm.

  • Sunlight requirements: Sunny places.

  • Soil type: Fertile soils with good drainage.

  • Cold hardiness: It is cold-resistant.

  • Longevity: Biennial crop.

  • Recommended place: Outdoors or in flower boxes.

  • Optimal time for sowing: Outdoors in April. Indoors all year round.

  • Sowing depth: Just cover the disks with a little soil. Press and water.

  • Cultivation scheme: Choose suitable containers depending on the dimensions of the disc. You can also cut them or place several in one container.

  • Period of germination: A couple of weeks.

  • Need of watering: Moderate.

  • Recommended fertilizers: Depending on the type of the soil. The best is to fertilize with fertilizers for herbs.


Online Catalog Semenata.ORG presents the seeds on a disc of parsley variety Komun 2. You can order them directly from our platform. Now you can easily sow the seeds of the well known spice as the number of seeds and distance between them is pre-determined for you on the disk. An easy option to grow this spice.

Convenient and easy to use, the seeds of the parsley Komun 2 are fixed in advance on the disk in the factory. The benefits of using the disks are numerous as there is no displacement of the seeds. Just place the disc in the designated place. The main part of the sowing will be completed. Cover it with a very fine layer of soil, press and water. It is necessary to provide the recommended conditions to obtain a good and quality harvest.

When you are choosing boxes or other containers, have in mind that  the disc is 10 cm in diameter. There are 6 disks in 1 packet. 

After choosing a container, fill it with soil and level it. Put one of the disks and cover it with a little soil, press and water thoroughly. At the beginning it will need regular moderate watering. Be careful not to overwater or to let the soil dry out. If you overwater  the seeds can rot. If you don't water enough they may dry out.

Parsley is a unique and universal spice. It is widely used in cooking. It is added to salads, in dishes with meat, fish, vegetables, soups. It is added to a variety of sauces and different dressings.

The flowers of the spice are green-yellow. It grows from 40 to 70 centimeters high.

Select a place with a lot of sunshine for sowing it, as this spice loves the sun. The soil has to be fertile and drained. The spice is biennial.

You can sow the seeds of parsley on discs in boxes on the terrace or in the garden. Sow it outdoors in April. You can sow it indoors the whole year.

After putting the discs in the soil, you will have to wait a couple of weeks for the seeds to germinate.

If you have planted the discs in poor soil you will have to fertilize according to its composition. It is important to choose the right fertilizer for spices.

Take advantage of the simplified way of sowing and growing parsley, using the discs with fixed seeds. Order them easily using the platform of Online Catalog Semenata.ORG

Italian parsley (also known as flat-leaf parsley) is a type of parsley commonly used in Italian cuisine. It has a flat, serrated leaf and a slightly stronger flavor than curly parsley. Italian parsley is often used as a garnish or seasoning in dishes like pasta, soups, and stews. It is also a common ingredient in sauces like pesto and chimichurri. Italian parsley is rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as iron and folate. It is a popular herb that can add flavor and nutrition to a variety of dishes. 
Here are some steps to grow Italian parsley:

Choose a spot: Italian parsley prefers a spot with full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil.

Prepare the soil: Add compost or organic matter to the soil to improve drainage and fertility. 

Plant the seeds: Sow the seeds directly into the soil about 1/4 inch deep, spaced about 6 inches apart. You can also start the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost and transplant them outside after the danger of frost has passed.

Water regularly: Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. Water deeply once a week or more often during hot, dry weather.

Fertilize: Feed the plants with a balanced fertilizer every 4-6 weeks.

Harvest: Italian parsley can be harvested when the leaves are about 2-3 inches long. Cut the outer leaves first, leaving the center leaves to continue growing.

Care: Italian parsley is a biennial plant, which means it will produce leaves for two years before flowering and going to seed. 

Italian parsley can be used in a variety of ways in cooking. Here are some ideas:

As a garnish: Sprinkle chopped Italian parsley over soups, stews, salads, and other dishes for a pop of color and fresh flavor.

In sauces: Add Italian parsley to sauces like pesto, chimichurri, and gremolata for an herby kick.

In marinades: Mix Italian parsley with other herbs and spices to create a flavorful marinade for meats, poultry, and fish.

In salads: Use Italian parsley in green salads or potato salads for a fresh, bright flavor.

In pasta dishes: Add chopped Italian parsley to pasta dishes like carbonara, spaghetti aglio e olio, and linguine with clam sauce for a burst of flavor.

In omelets and frittatas: Fold chopped Italian parsley into omelets and frittatas for an herby boost.

In dips and spreads: Mix Italian parsley with yogurt, sour cream, or cream cheese to create a flavorful dip or spread for crackers or vegetables.

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