Chervil

Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil belong to the Apiaceae family. The fresh chervil is typically used as an herb. The flowers are white and have foreign pollination (insects). Chervil is winter-annual, sown in August to autumn the following year, and is relatively easy to grow. There are smooth and crushed leaves. The seed is 6-7 mm long, barely 1 mm thick and dark brown.

Seed amount: 15 kg per acres

Sowing: August

Harvest: July