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Parsley, Einfache Schnitt 3 (Organic)

Petroselinum crispum.

Translates from German as ‘easy cut,’ which proves to be very true. Incredibly flavorful and hardy, the dark green, flat leaves grow upright allowing for easy harvest and built-in rot resistance. High quality, marketable appearance and healthy year-round, even in the dead of winter. Several local organic growers have sung the praises of Einfache Schnitt 3 and we too relied on it all season long. Originally sourced from Bingenheimer Saatgut, the German biodynamic seed company.

1/2 g ≈ 225 seeds
$3.90

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Geographical Origin

Sow in clusters indoors March through May after soaking seeds overnight. Transplant groups of three to 12” centers in fertile garden soil when plants are 3” tall. Keep well-watered and harvest leaves as needed. A great choice for winter gardens in our area.

Seed Saving

Collect seeds from 15+ plants in their second year. Cut seedheads when seeds are dry, thresh by hand or by dancing, winnow to clean. Isolate from other flowering parsley (including root & curly parsley) by ¼ mile.

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  1. Gabriella Kadar

    Excellent germination, beautiful plants

    Gabriella Kadar (verified owner)

    Where did you grow this variety? Canada

    Have been harvesting parsley now for the past couple of weeks from plants
    started indoors.
    Large leaves and exuberant growth.

    I am making a comparison between another flat leafed parsley and these are
    bigger.

    Taste good. I gave some to a friend and she is very happy for them.

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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  2. a gardening cat

    No success with direct sowing

    a gardening cat (verified owner)

    Where did you grow this variety? Washington

    I direct sowed several times from spring through late August in various conditions and locations with very little germination and what did germinate didn’t last long even with close care. I did have better but still low germination sowing starts indoors but I killed them after transplanting so I cannot comment on raising starts and transplanting. This variety sounded great but just didn’t deliver for me. I will add that my co-gardener’s parsley transplants from the nursery have been much meeker than usual this year; it is possible that it has simply been a bad year for parsley in the Seattle kitchen garden?

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  3. Jane

    Still cutting a bit almost a year later!

    Jane (verified owner)

    Where did you grow this variety? Washington

    From my notes: direct seeded 6/20/21; sprouted 6/27/21; don’t know when I started cutting, but harvested all through rather cold winter, uncovered, with some snow…and still cutting a bit, even though wants to go to seed. Also transplanted some, which didn’t do as well. Seattle

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