What is Chervil
Chervil (Scientific name: Anthriscus cereifolium) is native to Europe, West Asia and southern Russia, it is a cold-resistant annual grass of thefamily Apiaceae. Leaves are feather-like compound leaves. In the summer, the scattered inflorescences are extended and white small flowers are blooming. The leaves are soft, they are bright green and have cuts. Leaves are used for culinary herbs, salads, soups, sauces, etc. It is also said to have medicinal effects on digestion, blood purification, sweating action.
Common name: Chervil, Scientific name: Anthriscus cereifolium, aka: French parsley, garden chervil, CELFIE, Fennel gelli , Garden chervil, Place of origin: Europe, West Asia, southern part of Russia, plant height: 30 to 0.2 to 60 cm, leaf shape: three times Feathery compound leaf, leaf color: light green, awakening period: November to August, inflorescence form; , Flowering period: June to July, Flower color: White, Flower: Five flowers, Flower diameter: 0.2 to 0.3 cm, Inflorescence diameter: 2.5 to 5 cm, fruit shape: egg shape, fruit diameter: 1 cm.