Chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium)

Dainty and delicious

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Anthriscus cerefolium is a small annual herb easily raised from seed. It grows best in moist soil and light shade. These are best sown where the plant is to grow as it is liable to run to seed when still very small if transplanted. The bright green foliage looks a little like a fern, in full sun they may take on hints of pink and red. Umbels of white flowers are produced in…




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Patsy Collins

Patsy Collins

Author, gardener, photographer, cake eater and campervanner from the south coast of England.

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