How to store and transport parsley seed in a box
A simple box of parsley seeds is ideal for storage.
Parsley seed can be stored in a cool box, in a pantry, or in a dry-bag for up to four weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
If you have a plant that needs to be grown outdoors, use a container that is airtight and has a vent hole in it.
If you have an indoor plant, a bag of dry-packed parsley leaves is the best choice.
You can store the leaves in a bag for up as long as you need them.
For more information on how to store parsley, see our article on growing parsley.
The most important thing to remember is to store the seeds in a well-ventilated place.
You want to keep the air out so the seeds won’t spoil and the air is free of dirt.
You may want to store them in a large jar with a lid to keep them out of direct sunlight and air.
For more information, see how to keep parsley under control.
If you don’t have a container to store your parsley in, you can use a dry bag to store it in, but be sure to clean the bag thoroughly before you seal it.
To store parsleys, seal the bag tightly, leaving about two inches of air space, in your refrigerator.
When you need to use the parsley for more than four weeks and the seeds don’t spoil, seal it and keep it in the refrigerator.
The USDA recommends storing parsley at least four weeks if the seeds are stored outdoors.
A lot of people store their parsley outdoors because it’s easier to get the seeds to germinate.
But when the seeds germinated, they would be exposed to air and dirt.
To avoid that, store them indoors.
When storing parsleys indoors, be sure not to store seeds in plastic or foil containers, or any containers with large holes.
When growing parsleys outdoors, seal all openings in the jar with foil or plastic.
You can also store parses in a jar that’s covered with a clear plastic bag, or with a plastic container that’s sealed with foil.
If your jar has a lid, you’ll want to seal it as well.
The lid helps to keep air out, and the sealed bag keeps the seeds dry.
If the seeds can’t be stored, store the parsleys in a plastic bag that’s tied with a zipper.
If the bags don’t fit tightly, the seeds may sprout inside.
You’ll want the bag to be a minimum of 1.5 inches by 2 inches (3 centimeters by 6 centimeters) in diameter.