I used to grow impatients when I lived closer to your area Lara. I do like them because they're easy to grow and they make such a pretty display but sadly it's far too cold for them here.
Today is aboput to become gardening day. Spring is such an exciting time in the garden and I have so much to do.
Yesterday I moved pansies but because they were in full bloom, some of them look a bit sick today. Most of them look healthy though so I think they'll survive the move which was needed because I want that space for petunias.
I have divided the garden across the front of the house into 3 visual areas and I'm doing the center first. My plan is pansies across the border, brightly coloured striped petunias behind those, and carnations towards the rear. Of course, I might change that..... but that's today's plan. I'll still use petunias in the 2 side areas but they will be the solid colours, rather than the striped variety. Dividing the sections are azaleas, currently in full bloom.
Sorry Lara, it seems we've got a bit off topic as far as your parsley is concerned.