Chervil-Plain Seeds (Anthriscus Cerefolium)
Chervil is a shortlived and delicate plant, and should be sown regularly for continuity production. The flavor is fresh and pungent, with hints of licorice, cucumber, and parsley,
Finely cut leaves for subtle seasoning. Great addition to soups, fish, vegetables, cheese dishes and herb butter
The Chevril herb has many medicinal uses including aiding menstrual cramps, treating adema, gout stones and scroful. Chervil goes to seed quickly in the heat, and in fact, unlike most other culinary ... As the plant matures, the leaves tend to turn a purple, bronze colour.
Height : 12" - 24"
Spacing : 12" - 14"
Sun Light : > 6 hours
Water : Average
Harvest : 40 - 45 days
Sowing : Sow seeds 1/4" deep
Germination : 5 -10 Days
Size : 11" - 12"
Color : Light Green
Use : Soups, fish, vegetables, cheese dishes
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