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Chervil is a delicate plant with pretty foliage and lacy flowers that make it nearly impossible to find at the markets. To grow chervil, plant the seeds shallowly in well-drained and fertile soil in sun or partial shade and keep the ground moist until germination. Once established, plants self sow reliably every year dduring early fall to form a small rosette that overwinters.
A delicate parsley-like plant with a hint of licorice, its delicate flavour disappears in cooking so add it just prior to serving. Chervil likes to grow in a cool season. Direct-sow in spring or late summer; pick just before flowers open. Self-sows.
HR1061 A (0.5g) approximately 280 seeds
HR1061 B (2g) approximately 1120 seeds
HR1061 C (15g) approximately 8400 seeds
HR1061 D (100g) approximately 39500 seeds
HR1061 E (500g) approximately 197500 seeds