This heirloom variety is a favorite for seasoning and drying. Large, dark, glossy green leaves offer a stronger, more concentrated flavor than standard varieties.
GROW GUIDE CONDITIONS:
This breath-freshening herb is widely used as a garnish and flavoring in soups, salads and main dishes. Start seeds indoors early in the spring.
GROW GUIDE SEED:
Plant seeds 1/8–1/4 inch deep and keep moist. Seeds may take 3–4 weeks to germinate at soil temperatures between 50–75°F. Transplant 8–12 inches apart.
GROW GUIDE HARVEST:
Harvest outer sprigs throughout the summer and fall. The cold hardy plants survive most winters and then bolt to seed the following spring.
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