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Lynda Warren Oct 18
hint 42. is biennial. The first year it produces lot of leaves and the second year it and dies. Although it will survive a winter it is probably best to replace each 2nd year. It also has a very vigorous root system which needs plenty of food and space.
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Nathalie Montague Oct 17
with garlic and more garlic with butter with plenty spare to free
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The Grow Network Oct 17
Parsley make an awesome garnish or herb. . . But, did you know it's also a powerful green? 🌱🌿
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Joanie Lapic Oct 17
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Dining Enthusiasts 13h
Leaves, Irish Moss, , hops flowers n capsicum fruit can support 2maintain balance:
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Heather Wilson Oct 18
Harvesting herbs for winter use today! This carrot found a home in the herb pot this year too! 🥕
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Helen Oct 17
It's . The & are bolting to seed. And the have arrived to clean up the pesky pests.
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Mellissa Oct 17
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Weremczuk Agromachines Oct 16
Short video from parsley field where new Owner of ALINA SUPERNOVA harvester was starting harvest.
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Laura Perry Oct 17
Tiny black swallowtail caterpillar I accidentally “picked” along with some parsley. I put him/her back in the garden, on the parsley plant, after I took the picture. #…
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Low Tech Institute 7h
Garden still producing plenty for hearty soups! @ Low Technology Institute
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Mr. Greens Produce Oct 18
, whether flat or curly, is surprisingly nutrient dense. It is rich in antioxidants and a great source of Vitamins A, K + C.🌿 STORAGE TIP: Parsley can be chopped & stored in plastic bags in the freezer. It can also be frozen in water or oil for up to six months.
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Full Circle Foods 20h
Me green, you green, We're all green for fresh ! , , , and , delivered fresh at 3 Charles Street West, Kitchener
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Catherine 18h
My beautiful Parsley bouquet. 🌿 @ Floyd County, Georgia
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Michelle Oct 18
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Joanne Verikios Oct 18
I planted some new on the weekend. , and . So far they look happy. I'm looking forward to some aromatic summer dishes 😋
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Joanne Verikios Oct 12
Fresh mint and parsley from just outside my kitchen door. So good! . . .
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Lynda Warren Oct 18
Replying to @scrapegroat
I also do this, with and in a muslin bag, when nearly finished I strain it, pick out all the chicken and put it back in the pot with lots of fresh and some cooked veg.
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Rhoads Garden Center Oct 15
Excited to still be using my fresh herbs this morning to make a chicken wild rice soup for tonight. Can’t wait! @ Rhoads Garden Center Inc
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F. Quick Oct 17
OK : What will evening temps do? I need to know whether to roll the dice on leaving uncovered for tonight or cover or cut it all now to bring in. Hovering above a frost. full frost, below freezing? What's the gamble?
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