Chervil, Turnip Rooted (Chaerophyllum bulbosum), packet of 30 seeds
Family: Carrot (Apiaceae)
Biennial in zones 5 and up, generally grown an annual, 6 weeks to digging bulbs
Bulbous biennial native to Europe, flowering white in the second year to a height of 24 inches. In the wild, generally found in dense populations along riverbanks. The plant produces a root that can be cooked like a potato and is quite tasty. Likened to chestnut in flavor. Sow seed fall or spring. Requires 8 to 12 weeks of cold stratification and germinates in cool soils. Space plants 6 inches apart.
30 seeds per packet, open pollinated, untreated, no gmo’s