What are plants like parsley called?
Parsley is a plant. Plants do not eat, they make their food from sunlight.
Nope! Dhaniya leaves of India is called Cilantro and Parsley is totally a different herb (although it does look like dhaniya leaves)!
Coriander is also called Chinese parsley.
It could possibly have some herbs, which are plants. For example, parsley.
Parsley is not native to Andhra Pradesh. So there is no equivalent word in Telugu for parsley. It can be called kotthimeera కొత్తిమీర because it is similar to coriander though it is not appropriate.
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The root and seed of parsley should be harvested in the fall from plants in the second year of growth. The leaves can be harvested throughout the growing season.
First of all, the question I think you meant to ask was "Does parsley go in spaghetti?" and the answer is that it can if you like parsley.
Hand pick the flower stocks from the plants.
Microscopic plants. Such plants are like plankton.
its called a sprig
Parsley or tomatos because some people grow them on their windowsill. I would plant eaither a herb like parsly or tomatos.
There are plenty of plants that live in the snow such as the pine tree. Other plants include the Italian flat-leaf parsley and Romaine lettuce.
Some plants do but it depends on what type of plants you are talking about. Basil, Parsley, and Tomatoes grow quickly here in Florida.
No. Not unless you want it to smell like gas, or purposedly spray gas on parsley.
its called ajmood. Its not ajwain
IT is know by name called ajwain
No,the parsley that is dried comes from the leaves of the plant,but you need the seeds to grow new plants.The seed stalk comes up above the plant in an umbrella shape.Commercial parsley would never be allowed to grow to this stage anyway,so it would be impossible to grow new plants from any parsley leaves,dried or fresh.
The larval stage of Eastern Black Swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes) does have parsley as one of its host plants, meaning: the caterpillars eat parsley (as well as dill and carrot tops.) If you see them in your garden-- don't kill them! Plant more parsley and enjoy the beautiful adult stage.
Ajmodh is hindi name for parsley. This is for garnishing the dish. Hardly available in Nepali market. The good substitute of parsley is Coriander. That is Dhaniya in Nepali.
Parsley also called as Ajmoda, Bariajmud अजमोदा is a Aromatic herb with flat or crinkly leaves that are cut finely and used to garnish food.
kothimbir or dhane
Italian parsley comes from the area of Naples, which is in southern Italy. It also is called 'flat leaf parsley'. Its scientific name is Petroselinum neapolitanum.
Spider plants are called spider plants because they have long narrow leaves. These leaves spread out like the legs of a spider.
Pastinaca sativa is commonly called the parsnip. It is related to the carrot and parsley and has a lovely parsley-like fragrance. The root is long and the crown has wide leaflets. It is native to Eurasia and has been used since antiquity and cultivated by the Romans.
nectar as an adult, leaves of parsley and related plants as a caterpillar
parsley, Lunaria, silverbeet, sweet William, colic weed, and carrot.
The noun parsley is an uncountable (mass) noun as a word for a substance. Like many nouns for substance, the plural form parsleys is used only for 'types of' or 'kinds of', for example: The parsleys we planted are flat-leaf parsley, Hamburg parsley, and Italian parsley.
the plants that grow there are called alpine plants and outher plants like Christmas trees
It is called "Ajmo" in gujarati.
It is called as kothamalli.
There are chefs who would be horrified at the thought; but, yes, you can use dried parsley in recipes instead of fresh. Use 1/3 dried parsley called for as fresh.
There are several plants or herbs which can be safely used for garnish when cooking. These include parsley, basil, cilantro, lemongrass, chives, dill, and mint.
Herbal plants are plants with leaves, seeds, or flowers used for flavoring, in medicine or in perfumery. Some examples include thyme, parsley, sage, rosemary, basil and mint.
Invasive plants are called invasive because they are "invading" our yard. Plants like blackberries can choke our plants to death. English Ivy can do that too. That is why we need to get rid of them.
carrot radish turnip beet parsley leaves
No, they are both used as herbs but have completely different flavour, and not the same family of plants.
Plants like Aloe vera are called succulents. These plants have fleshy leaves.
Using weed killer is the best way to get rid of cow parsley. You can spray it on or use a brush to paint it on. Using a brush helps you to avoid getting the weed killer on other plants.
You mean like that stuff they sell on the internet? No, it won't, because they're testing for chemicals in Marijuana, not oregano and parsley. You mean like that stuff they sell on the internet? No, it won't, because they're testing for chemicals in Marijuana, not oregano and parsley. ] OK if you get actual legal bud that works its not going to be oregano and parsley it will be a combination of cannibinoid containing plants… Read More
there is no term for parsley in gujarati. gujarati's use cilantro (coriander leaves) and they r called LEELA DHANA OR DHANA OR KOTHMIR
In all vegetable markets and super markets you will get parsley. கொத்தமல்லி தழை It is called as "kothamalli ' in Tamilnadu, ask for "kothamalli leaves"
Cattails, lilies, and lupine are three plants that will grow in fresh water. Water parsley, bell flower, and watercress are three others.
Depends on what you want it for? Food? Design? Design -Roses -Carnation -Lillies -Poinsettias -Spider Plants Food -Tomatoe Plants -Parsley -Kale -Rhubarb
some plants that live on land are called terrestrial plants like cactus and many more.
The taste of parsley is hard to describe. Some people have claimed it tastes "grassy". However, all that comes to mind to me when describing the taste is "fresh". Flat leaf (Italian) parsley has a stronger flavor than the standard curly leaf parsley.
I have seen them eat dill, plus I all ways find them on my dill plants. They also like parsley, fennel, queen anne's lace, and will sometimes eat carrot tops (greens).
No, it is not. It is in a group of it's own called fungi. They can't make their own food like plants do and they are not green like plants are.