Anthriscus cerefolium, (Aromatic annual Old-World herb), Gourmet's parsley - improved European Chervil with small white flowers, slower to bolt & more resistant to cold than others. Dark green, parsley-like leaves, are added fresh or dried to eggs, asparagus, potatoes, salads & soups. Flavour is like parsley, with mild anise liquorice overtones. Ht: to 1 ft. Hardy annual. Sow from spring to summer at intervals & and autumn sowing can be made for fresh leaves thru winter if grown in a cool greenhouse or under a cloche. Best in partial shade, Seed Count Approx - 300 avg SOWING - Sow chervil directly into the soil or ordinary compost in partial shade (if sown in direct sun it can bolt). Chervil can be sown in succession from March throughout the summer. Thin out seedlings to 15 cm (6 inches) between plants. An autumn sowing can be made for fresh leaves through the winter if grown in a cool greenhouse or under a cloche.