The Japanese parsley is perennial and tolerates light frosts. With its celery to carrot-like aroma, it goes well with soups and salads. You can also use the roots. The plant forms rosettes or a flat sprout with many leaves. Sowing takes place in the open field from mid-March, but should be covered with foil or fleece in spring. Row spacing 10 – 15 cm, distance in the row about 2.5 cm. A normal garden floor in a sunny location is used, if possible, fertilize.
Sowing time: March – August.
Harvest time: June – October.
Row spacing: 15 cm.
The content is sufficient for:approx. 4 – 5 running meters.
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