Par-Cel - Apium Graveolens
This looks like parsley but tastes of celery. It is excellent for flavourings or as a salad garnish.
Sow seeds in individual trays or pots, as this variety does not like root disturbance and hates being transferred. Use a good quality multi-purpose compost, water well and allow to filter through. Place two seeds in the middle of a pot and slightly cover with either compost or perlite. Sowings can be made directly into the soil at depths of 1cm (0.5in) from late spring to mid-summer, and as parsley germinates more slowly than most weeds, it is important that weed seedlings are weeded out regularly.