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Curled Chervil Seeds

Curled Chervil seeds grow into delicate, aromatic herbs. They have leaves that resemble ferns and a subtle anise flavor. Curled chervil prefers colder temperatures and partial shade. It grows best in moist, well-drained soil, which makes it a perfect herb for spring and autumn or indoor growing. This annual herb is a classic component of French cuisine and enhances salad, soup, and egg dish flavors with its light taste.

Survival Garden Seeds provides curled chervil seeds, ideal for gardeners aiming to cultivate this refined herb. Our non-GMO seeds are selected for their superior germination rates and growth vigor, ensuring a lush and flavorful harvest.

Growing Curled Chervil Seeds in Your Herb Garden

  • Subtle anise flavor
  • Enjoys cool, shady conditions
  • Heirloom, non-GMO seeds
  • Best used fresh


Curled Chervil, or Anthriscus cerefolium, is beloved for its culinary and aesthetic appeal. Its delicate leaves add a sophisticated flavor to dishes. As an addition, it creates a beautiful texture in the garden. The curled chervil herb has a gentle anise aroma. Its taste makes it a favorite with chefs and home cooks. Chervil originally comes from Eastern Europe. It has become a herb used in different culinary traditions over time. It grows well in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 7, and can be grown indoors in areas with warmer temperatures.


Sow curled chervil seeds directly in the garden. The ideal time is early spring or late summer, to avoid the heat. Chervil prefers cooler temperatures. Plant the seeds just below the surface, about 1/4 inch deep. They need a location that provides some shade during the warmth of the day. Chervil seeds germinate within 1 to 2 weeks. The soil should be consistently moist during this period.


Chervil plant requires regular attention to thrive. It needs consistent moisture and can benefit from mulching. Avoid watering the leaves to prevent potential fungal diseases. Chervil is best used fresh. The delicate flavor is lost when they are dry. Harvest the leaves regularly to promote new growth. Use them to enhance your meals in various ways.

Add Survival Garden Seeds’ curled chervil to your indoor or outdoor herb garden and welcome the flavor of these unique herb plants. They offer gourmet sophistication to your dishes, with a nuanced, delicate flavor that will delight your tastebuds.

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