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Parsley Seeds - Japanese - Mitsuba. Heirloom, Non-GMO. Chryptotaenia japonica. Alt names Japanese honewort, Japanese wild parsley, mitsuba, san ip, san ye quin, selderi jepang, trefoil, ya er chin. 50-60 days to maturity. Perennial. This native Japanese herb is called Japanese hornwort or Japanese wild parsley. It is a popular traditional vegetable, dento yasai, of Japan. ~ 12,500 seeds / oz.
Long stalks have trefoil leaves that are aromatic. Although perennial by nature, this plant is grown as an annual food crop. Excellent grown as microgreens. This Mitsuba is Kansai type. A woodland plant, grow in a moist, moderately shaded area (especially during summer) for best results. Sow seeds intensively in spring after last frost or fall (mild climate areas) in rich, well-drained soil. For a continuous supply, plant seeds every 4-6 weeks over the growing season. Harvest when stems are 6-7" tall. Good for ohitashi. Use like celery or parsley to flavor hot and cold dishes. Add minced leaves to soups and salads.
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