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Origin: Sardinia


Italian Parsley has been grown since the 3rd century BC and is highly regarded for its mild and fresh tangy flavour.


Linnaeus claimed that its natural habitat was Sardinia, where it was first introduced to England and presumably first cultivated in Britain in 1548.Parsley is a prevalent weed used to ornament and add savor to many dishes around the world. This is incredibly resilient and usable in a variety of ways.


Available as:



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Baby Green

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Additional Information:

Color and texture: Green leaves with a whitish stem.


Seeds: Our organic seeds are grown in Longiano, Italy.


Nutritional information: Like its mature counterpart, parsley microgreens contain Vitamins A, B, C, calcium, magnesium, and folic acid. Those components have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Parsley is an organic source of iron and potassium.

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