About- Chervil, also known as Curled Chervil, is an aromatic herb that is typically used in seasonings and salads. Related to parsley, this herb is a great seasoning for poultry dishes, seafood and vegetables.

When and Where to Plant- Direct sow after the threat of frost has passed. Transplanting is not recommended as this variety has a sensitive root system. Thrives in humus-rich loamy soils that are between 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit and partial sun.

Care and Harvest- Water often as plants prefer damp soil. Harvest outside sprigs as needed to allow new growth from the center of the plant.

Planting Depth- 1/8"

Spacing Between Rows- 36-60"

Days to Germination- 7-14

Plant Spacing- 24-36"

Days to Maturity- 120

Approximate Seeds per Pkt- 250