Parsley - Petroselinum crispum
Parsley is a vegetable, a medicinal herb, and a spice, widely cultivated for more than 2000 years in the southeastern Europe and western Asia.
Its name Petroselinum derives from the Greek term referring to the plant's habit to grow in rocky places. P. crispum is native to the central Mediterranean region and is cultivated all over the Europe.
As a great flavoring to any salad and meet dish, the plant was introduced from Sardinia to England in the sixteenth century.
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