Variety: Chervil



  • 3084 chervil

Variety Overview

Chervil tastes good in raw dishes like salad or can be added to stews, fish, steamed vegetables, salad dressings, meat dishes, savory sauces and egg dishes. Chervil makes a great chopped garnish.


  • Herbs
  • Cooking Vegetables
  • Feathery green leaves similar in appearance to carrot tops

  • A delicate, warm flavor reminiscent of anise and parsley

  • Similar to parsley

  • Light green to green

  • Feathery fern-like leaves

  • Yes
  • Year-round, peaking in spring

  • Photo courtesy World Variety Produce

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