Can you grow parsley indoors in winter?
Also asked, can you grow herbs indoors in winter?
Many cooks grow herbs indoors during the winter when it's too cold outside or too wet to dig in the dirt, but you can grow herbs inside any time of year. At night, temperatures near a window may drop to 55 or 60, but most herbs like that, too.
Similarly, how do you grow parsley indoors? Indoor parsley care is easy. Keep the soil lightly moist, and empty the saucer under the pot after every watering so that the roots don't sit in water. Feed the plants every two weeks with fish emulsion or half-strength liquid fertilizer. You can grow other herbs in the container with parsley, if desired.
Moreover, can parsley survive the winter?
A: As you just discovered, parsley can live through winter. It is a biennial. Last year the plants grew only leaves; this year they will flower, set seed, and then die. You can harvest second-year parsley briefly, but expect the leaves to have less flavor than they did the first year.
How long does it take to grow parsley indoors?
Plant the seeds 3 to 4 weeks before the last spring frost because parsley is a slow starter. (The plants can handle the cold weather.) It can take up to 3 weeks for the plants to sprout. Plant the seeds in moist, rich soil about 6 to 8 inches apart.