Parsley is a hardy, biennial that is grown and treated like an annual. It is the most widely grown herb for both garnish and flavoring. Moss-curled forms a rosette of leaves that are finely cut and tightly curled. It is often used for garnish.
Parsley can be cut any time after it has become large enough. Leaves can be used fresh or dried. Fresh parsley is best stored after washing the leaves, drip drying and then placing them in a plastic bag and stored in the refrigerator. Parsley can also be frozen for later use.
Parsley is often seen used as a garnish. It also has the unique ability to blend with the flavors of other herbs. It is used to flavor stews, soups and other vegetables.