Parsley, Petroselinum crispum is an herbaceous biennial or perennial plant in the family Apiaceae grown for its leaves which are used as an herb. Parsley is an aromatic plant with an erect growth habit and possesses branched, hollow stems and dark green flat or curled leaves which are arranged alternately on the stems. The leaves form a rosette on younger plants. The plant produces small, yellow flowers on umbels. Parsley can reach 30-100 cm (12-39 in) in height depending on the variety being grown and is commonly grown as an annual, harvested after one growing season. Parsley may also be referred to as garden parsley and likely originates from the Mediterranean.
|Crop Climate Title||Sub Tropical|
|Crop Water Method Title||Rain-fed|
|Crop Economic Title||Food Crop|
|Crop Growing Season||Rabi / Winter / Cold Crops|
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