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You will receive : Winter Chervil Microgreen or Garden Seeds
In hot weather or dry soil, the plants will bolt (flower and set seed) rather than produce lush leaves for harvest. For that reason, aim to grow chervil during the coolest part of your growing season. Also, a semi-shaded location, such as tucked between other plants, can help shield chervil from the heat of midsummer sun. Chervil prefers a light soil that retains moisture, so be sure to work in plenty of compost.
Chervil is an intriguing herb. Many do not appreciate its unique scent and taste, but every herbalist and gourmet should grow it at least once. Try chervil this year-you'll be charmed by its dainty appearance and delicate flavor.