15 ROUGH CHERVIL seeds (Chaerophyllum...
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Rough chervil or Chaerophyllum temulum is a perennial undergrowth.
It is a flush plant of the Apiaceae family just like Gotu kola.
Chaerophyllum temulum must be grown in the shade in a cool place rich in organic matter.
Its flowers are white.
Rough chervil seeds are brown cylindrical, they resemble those of parsley Mitsuba.
It is a fantasy plant that was used as a poultice in the middle ages for recreational use.
Chaerophyllum temulum has also been used in traditional medicine, in small doses, to treat arthritis and chronic skin diseases.
Sowing of Rough chervil seeds:
Start by stratified the Rough chervil seeds naturally by leaving them outside during the winter period or artificially by leaving the seeds in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 weeks.
Then sow the seeds in a box of seedbed and bury the under 2 millimeters of substrate.
To finish, water the crop and place it under a mini-greenhouse at a temperature of 20 to 25 ° C.
Germination of Rough chervil seeds will start within 3 to 5 weeks after sowing.
Do not consume.
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