Ancient Greeks and Romans most likely carried this plant home with them from its origins in the Caucasus Mountains. It has been an important part of the Mediterranean diet ever since, where it is often called Chervil. This annual has lacy foliage that gives it a somewhat fern-like look and delicate white flowers. It can grow to about 1 foot tall and especially thrives in cooler locations. The compactness of this plant, and the fact that it stays centralized and does not spread easily, makes it the perfect choice for container gardening or as an edging plant. Leaves can be eaten fresh or dried. French Parsley has complex layers of taste; its distinctive flavor has undertones of licorice, anise and cucumber. The flavor pallet of this herb makes it an essential addition to French cuisine; you will enjoy it in soups, salads, sauces, fish and vegetable dishes. For optimum flavor when adding it to hot dishes, do so at the last minute and give it just enough time to warm through.
Germination Temperature: 50-75° F and above.
Germination: 12-28 Days
Days to Maturity: 60 Days.
Each package contains 1 gram of seeds.