Organic Parsley & Weather Conditions

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It's important to plant your organic parsley seeds after the frost. Learn to coordinate your seed planting with proper weather conditions from a professional organic gardener in this free gardening video. View Video Transcript

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Jeff Belli

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Alright I would like to take a brief time to talk to you about the weather conditions that are best for planting this parsley. Now I have found that you should probably most likely wait until after the frost has gone in late April and you want to make sure that it is maybe a time when it is going to raining in a day or two so that you don't have come out here and constantly be watering these seeds in. Parsley seed take quite a few number of days. I would say on this packet here it looks like it says that it take about a week for these seeds to germinate and you can always refer to the back of your pack of seeds. So that you know when they germinate and so therefore the weather is very important so that you can make sure that you have good rains coming because you don't want to coming out here sever or eight times for days and days and days watering this in and so make sure that you watch the weather.