Sun to Partial Shade
Time and Color:
Tiny white flowers in mid-summer.
Chervil is closely related to parsley. It grows to a height of 20 inches
with a spread of about 8 inches. It has flat, light green and lacy leaves, which
have a slightly aniseed-like aroma and turn reddish brown as the plant matures.
Makes a good container plant. Finely chopped chervil enhances the flavor of
chicken, fish, herb butter, vegetables, salads and egg dishes. The whole leaves
can be added to creamy soups as an aromatic garnish.