Growing Parsley, also curly leaf parsley or flat leaf (Italian) parsley

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25 Mar 22 Pete (Australia - temperate climate)
I planted a bed of parsley about 9 months ago, it grew well and bushy. I have been harvesting the parsley for months and now it is turning yellow and sems to be collapsing. I was under the impression that parsley would last for 2 seasons. Apart from the fact that it has veen pretty wet does anyone have any idea why this is occurring? Thanks and cheers Pete
29 Mar 22 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
The wet could be the problem. I had a ripper about 8-10 years and in Sept it just died in a week.
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