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Chervil, Curled
Curled Chervil
Chervil, Curled
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Curled Chervil
Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil a delicate annual herb related to parsley but sadly, generally neglected in American cuisine.

Sometimes referred to as "gourmet's parsley", chervil is used to season poultry, seafood, and young vegetables. It is particularly popular in France, where it is added to omelets, soups and in tossed green salads as part of a mesclun mix.

Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 110 seeds. An annual plant.
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Germinated well when direct seeded in April - maybe 100%. It was a cold and wet spring this year and it took a while for the ten plants spaced 6" to thin to 12" but by then the remaining plants took off. The three I have left in late June are in the shade of some cherry tomatoes and still producing enough for garnish. Tastes more like anise/fennel than parsley. Will grow again.
Reviewed by: Kale Clauson from Portland, OR (St Johns). on 6/28/2017
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