Vegetables Parcel, Parsley and Parsnip


Large selection of Pac Choi

Par-cel seeds
Apium graveolens

 






Zwolsche krul
Looks just like parsley but tastes like celery use in soups, salads and garnish. The leaves are finely cut and resemble parsley. Sow from spring until mid/late summer outdoors when the soil is warm in situ or in trays/pots indoors. Plant out in full sun to partial shade 30 cm apart. For pot plants use 15-20cm pots keep moist.

1.25 Av 400 seeds



Parsley seeds
Petroselinum crispum
Sow February-July harvest June onwards. Sow September Harvest April onwards. Sow 1.25cm deep in a sheltered position outdoors thin or transplanting to 15cm apart. Germination can be speeded up by pre soaking 12 hours prior to sowing.

 

Parsley Wega
Petroselinum crispum
A new moss curled parsley variety, very uniform in height with sturdy stems that makes it easy to harvest the deep green curly leaves. Wega takes 90 days to maturity, germination approx 14 days. Direct sow spring, grow in pots, herb garden or vegetable patch.

0.90 Av 500 seeds

 

 

 

Parsley Robust    
Petroselinum crispum
Densely curled dark green foliage. A very popular variety with strong stems that make this a very useable variety throughout the year. 1 gram pkt av 650 seeds

0.89 Av 1 gram

 

 

 

Parsley Champion Moss Curled

Parsley Champion Moss Curled    Perennial
Petroselinum crispum
Parsley Champion a very popular standard curled type, of crisp texture with fine curled leaves, very ornamental plant that can be grown in pots on a sunny windowsill. RHS Award of Garden Merit

1.50 Av 1,000 seeds

 

 

 

Parsley Envy

Parsley Envy
Summer/Autumn Variety. Attractive with fully curled piquantly flavoured compact heads . Ideal for drying. This is one of the best moss curled selection available. RHS Award of Garden Merit

1.25 Av 900 seeds

 

 

 

 




Parsley Hamburg-Rooted    Perennial
Petroselinum  var. tuberosum
Parsley Hamburg Rooted needs rich well cultivated soil, harvest in autumn and winter. Best sown spring and again in late summer. Good source of Iron and rich in vitamin C. Grown for its edible root that is used as a vegetable and has a nutty flavour. The leaves are an ideal garnish and makes a wonderful sauce. After eating garlic a sprig of parsley freshens the breath.

0.79 Av 500 seeds

1.25 Buy 2 x 500 seeds pkts

 

 

 

 

 




Parsley Plain Leaved or French  Perennial
Petroselinum hortense
Parsley Plain or French is the true parsley variety. Reputed to have better flavour than the many curled varieties. Can be grown indoors in pots on a sunny windowsill.

1.10 Av 400 seeds

 

 

 

 

Parsley Bravour

Parsley Bravour    Perennial
Petroselinum crispum
Parsley Bravour is an excellent selection of moss curled type; long stemmed vigorous plants, with tightly curled heads of good colour and texture. RHS Award of Garden Merit

0.90 Av 550 seeds

 

 

 

Parsley Italian Giant 
 

Parsley Italian Giant
Sow February to July Harvest June onwards
A cooking herb for pot or outdoor plot. Vigerous, aromatic plant with bright green plain leaves. Early sowings can be made indoors in pots or trays under glass @ 13C later sowings outdoors in situ. The thinnings can be potted for winter use. Always harvest 2cm above the soil to encourage new growth. Can be grown indoors on a sunny wiondowsill.

1.29 Av 300 seeds

 

 


 

Parsnip seeds
Pastinaca sativa
Sow February Onwards 1-2cm deep in drills 30cm apart sow in clusters of 4 seeds every 13-20cm, thinning to one strong seedling. Seeds are slow and erratic to germinate especially if sown early when ground is still cold. Use Radish as row marker or sow lettuce between clusters. Parsnip seeds average 200 seeds per gram
Monty Don suggested varieties for early sowing - Gadiator and Tender and True

Seeds for Parsnip Javelin Bred to meet the needs of growers for a quality parsnip with smooth skin, long slim tapering roots

 

Parsnip F1 Javelin
A British Bred exhibition quality parsnip with tender long slim roots.
Bred to meet the needs of growers for a quality parsnip with smooth skin, long slim tapering roots, good pest and disease resistance and excellent uniformity. RHS Award of Garden Merit

1.45 Av 300 seeds

 

 


 

 

Vegetable Parsnip F1 Gladiator seeds


Parsnip F1 Gladiator
A very fine stock, early maturing variety with large excellent flavoured smooth white roots, with very good canker resistance. RHS Award of Garden Merit

0.85 Av 150 seeds

 

 

 

 

Parsnip The Student


Parsnip The Student
A heritage variety, having broad shoulders and long tapering roots, smooth skinned and creamy flesh with a nice pleasant flavour that improves after a frost. The Student has a small central core and offers good resistance to canker. 1 gram approx 190 seeds. Sow April to May

out of stock

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parsnip F1 Palace

Parsnip F1 Palace
An outstanding hybrid variety. Produces high yields of smooth, uniform, very white roots. Shallow crowns and wedge bayonet shape. Intermediate canker resistance. Maincrop variety, suitable for harvesting between mid September and early April.
Av 190 seeds/gram

1.50 Av 1 gram


 




Parsnip Guernsey
Heritage
Despite the name this heritage variety originally hails from France, and is often known as 'Half Long' due to its shorter roots. Features broad shoulders and attractive smooth white skin.
Av 200 seeds/gram

1.25 Av 2 gram


 

Parsnip Tender and True seeds


Parsnip Tender and True
Long rooted variety of high quality smooth roots and good canker resistance. Parsnip Tender and True is an Ideal exhibition variety. RHS Award of Garden Merit

1.25 Av 500 seeds

 

 

 

 

Parsnip White Gem


Parsnip White Gem
Ideal variety for early production. smooth white skin, resistant to canker.

1.20 Av 500 seeds


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The cultural information should be used as a guide only, I have found a number of different sowing techniques for the same seed from different sources there does not seem to be a standard. With this in mind you should use this website as a guide only, you probably already have a tried and tested way of sowing different seeds. As a rule of thumb the larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed like Lobelia Begonia etc requires no cover.
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