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Any ideas on how to save my potted parsley?

VFish | Mar 4, 202112:38 PM     51

I'm in Ohio and had brought the potted herbs in for the winter into the garage under the fluorescent light. The parsley did well up until a couple weeks ago then started fading fast. I decided to bring it into the house, had it on the fireplace where another plant is, and it still was fading. Now I have it in front of the glass door. I set it outside when it was 60 degrees the other day and sunny. It is watered but not drenching, it has drainage. It's still fading quickly and I don't know what to do about it. It is actually a lighter green than the photo shows. I'm only a couple months or so out to where I can put the herbs back outside again.

Hoping anyone might have any more ideas.

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