Plants and trees live a surprising life and follows complex lifestyle till they depart from this earth. It will be a feast for the eyes when the dandelions seeds are dispersed by the wind. It will look like a beautiful fairy flying near the plant. Living with these creatures is an unexplainable joy and happiness. This topic will deal with a plant named Chervil also known as garden chervil or French parsley. The botanical name of this plant is Anthriscus cerefolium.
Properties And Its Growth
It is used as a seasoning agent for various French dishes. The plant grows to a height of 40-70 cm with trippinate leaves that may be curly. This plant is widely found in Europe which was spread by Romans. The color of the flowers is white and measures 2.54 – 5 cm across. The oblong-ovoid fruit measures 1 cm long. Chervil has also been implicated in “strimmer dermatitis”, or phytophotodermatitis, due to spray from weed trimmers and other forms of contact. Other plants in the family Apiaceae can have similar effects. It grows well in cool and moist location. It should be planted during spring and late fall. It can be regularly harvested.
|Nutrients||Nutrition Value||% DV of RDA|
|Total Fat||3.90 g||19%|
|Dietary Fiber||42.8 g||107%|
|Vitamin A||5850 IU||195%|
|Vitamin C||50 mg||83%|
Uses Of Chervil
- Chervil is used to season seafood, meat items, soups, spring vegetables and sauces. It has a taste of liquorice or aniseed.
- Chervil is one of the four traditional French fines herbes along with tarragon, chives and parsley.
- It has lots of medicinal properties and used as a digestive aid, for lowering high blood pressure and for curing hiccups.