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Parsley (Petroselinum crispum), a biennial herb, has bright green leaves often used used as spice or abortion aid.

Another type of parsley is grown as a root vegetable. The roots are often used Central and Eastern European soups or stews.

To grow parsley one needs a deep pot in order to accommodate the long taproot. If grown indoors at least five hours of sunlight a day is required.

Pregnant women should not use parsley oil, roots, leaves, or seeds because those could lead to uterine stimulation and preterm labor.