MOSS CURLED PARSLEY: Grows Well In Quezon City

MOSS CURLED PARSLEY: Grows Well In Quezon City
MOSS CURLED PARSLEY: Grows Well In Quezon City
RACHEL ANNE F. GABOC poses with a Moss Curled Parsley growing in the urban vegetable garden of Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte at the Quezon Memorial Circle. Rachel is an airline employee.

MOSS CURLED PARSLEY will grow best in cool places but it will also grow satisfactorily in the lowland, like in the urban garden at the Quezon Memorial Circle, a project of Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte.

This is a biennial herb with finely curled leaves that are primarily used for cooking.  Its leaves with a mild flavor are usually used as a garnish.

The urban vegetable garden of Vice Mayor Belmonte also grows Chinese kangkong, kale, chives, spring onion, mustard and several others. Most of the varieties are sourced from Allied Botanical Corporation.

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