Friday, 22 November 2013

Parsley

I'm just loving my naturopath course - I'm up to a herbal unit and  feel soo at home 

I just can't help myself add folklore to my assignments, for me they add such joy to learning about herbs.


Parsley is shrouded in folklore 

"Only the wicked can grow parsley, and parsley flourishes where the missus is master".


I have no trouble growing parsley so does that me wicked or the boss?

17 comments:

  1. Yeah I' m pretty good a growing parsley too, I think I'm wicked AND the boss! Teehee..........I heard that if you give someone parsley as a gift they will fall pregnant. Good grief is there any hope for us Leanne?

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    1. LOL I love folklore ditties.
      Love Leanne

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  2. Parsley grows easy here....and I have a sneaking suspicion I am wicked AND the boss....Love the way you approach your course...makes me encourage to keep working through mine. I have just found out I can get recognition of prior learning and become Certificate IV in Clinical Reflexology. I am so tempted to do it now but that will mean two diplomas and a certificate 4 level course at once....oh dear....

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    1. Oh that is good news for you - but yes a lot of work. I've had head down bum up studying hard before busy season of cats arrive to stay and the sunshine is calling me out to the garden today for a much needed rest from study.
      Love Leanne

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  3. I love Parsley but am never too good at growing it, I must be virtuous!!! Yours looks amazing, and tasty.

    Julie and poppy Q
    xxx

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    1. Brent thinks your problem is Tom cats at night spraying your parsley. Giggle
      Love Leanne

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  4. I've got parsley growing all through my garden!!!!!!!!!!!
    I've always had an interest in Naturopathy too.
    Enjoy your weekend
    Shane

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    1. OOh another who can grow parsley well.
      I'm loving my naturopath course - found a few things that will help our daughter's health and her homeopath said he was going to look down a different path. The path I was searching so I'm chuffed.
      Love Leanne

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  5. That's very interesting folklore lol . I grew plenty of parsley this year although at the moment it has all gone to seed x

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    1. Ours is going to seed too - I think that is the secret to why I always have parsley - I let it self seed SMILE.
      Love Leanne

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  6. Ohhh me too, I'm a wicket boss missus too! I let some in a pot go to seed and it grew in the cracks of my front porch and in my driveway lol

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    1. Brent always tells me - he lets me think I am the boss. SMILE
      Love Leanne

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  7. You're the boss, LOL! We grow parsley and keep it maintained in pots, along with the rest of our herbs. This is one herb that is so much better fresh than dried!

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    1. Yes parsley is one herb I don;t bother to dry or freeze. I'm not the boss not that is how our marriage works - but being a strong woman - I'm lucky to of found a strong man too and sometimes he will just say no. And I'll admit he usually is right when a no happens SMILE.
      Love Leanne

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  8. A wicked boss. :-) 'Wicked' as the young people use it.

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    1. SMILE wicked through and through - in a good way!
      Love Leanne

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  9. I grew lots of parsley too! Wickedly bossy!

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