Temperature: Perennial for zones 3-8, does not like to hot conditions!
Watering: Soil should stay moist, this plant does not like dry locations
Soil:Well drain soil
Comments: This plant doesn't like the heat. During the summer months you want to grow this plant in a shaded area and once Fall comes around you can move to a more sunnier location! A great companion plant for lettuce and broccoli...helps aphids!
Chervil is an heirloom herb that was most likely introduced to European herb gardening by the Romans. This popular culinary herb, closely related to Parsley, has become an indispensable herb plant in the kitchen, and a classic among herb plants in French Cuisine. Chervil produces flat, light-green, lacy leaves with a hint of anise, and enhances the flavor of chicken, fish, vegetables, eggs and salads. A sprig in a bottle of white wine vinegar will transform your salads!
Because Chervil goes to bolt quickly once the summer heats up, it's best to plant in a partially shady, moist but not wet, area to slow bolting.
Chervil makes a great companion herb plant in any container, and produces tiny white flowers in mid-summer.
Characteristics: Chervil is a delicious French culinary herb. Chervil vaguely resembles a delicate parsley, with lacy fern-like foliage, and tastes like a refined combination of French Tarragon and Parsley.
Light: Chervil likes full sun to partial shade.
Water: Give Chervil a good watering when dry, being sure to avoid constant 'wet feet.'
Soil: Chervil will flourish in soil of good quality, rich in organic matter with an average pH of 6.7.
Use: Chervil tastes wonderful in egg dishes, salads, sauces, poultry, and vegetables.
Extras: Chervil does great in an indoor herb garden! A terrific companion plant that naturally repels slugs. You may need to succession plant Chervil, as it bolts quickly once the temperature heats up.