Parsley derives its name from the Greek word meaning rock celery. Parsley is a relative to celery. It is a biennial plant that will return to the garden year-after-year once established. Parsley is the worlds most popular herb and was in use by the Greeks before recorded history. Greek Mythology held that parsley sprang from the blood of the forerunner of death, Archemorus. Because of its association with death, parsley was used in burial rituals. Later, Christianity associated parsley with the Apostle Peter because of his designation as guard at the gates of heaven.
Approx 100 seeds per pack.