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Chervil herbal plant and its culinary and medicinal properties- History of Herbs

Chervil -(Anthriscus cerefolium) Umbelliferae Annual Chervil is a spicy – tasting herb with delicately cut foliage resembling fine, green lace. It is propagated by seed in spring, and where winters are mild, in autumn as well. Where summers are very hot it likes semi-shade and frequent watering. In winter it thrives in sunlight, even for only half a day. Our sunlight, even for only half a day. Our chervil bed...

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Chamomile herbal plant and its culinary and medicinal properties- History of Herbs

Chamomile -(Anthemis nobilis) Compositae Perennial There are many different species of chamomile, all with similar small, daisy –like blossoms, usually single, with various properties : some, like the white blooming pyrethrum Chrysan-themum cinerariifolium,  are insect repellents , and their potent flowers are used in natural garden sprays obtainable from nurseries, particularly those specializing in herbs. Another interesting chamomile, C. parthenium, is found in old garden because it self- sow easily;...

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Carway herbal plant and its culinary and medicinal properties- History of Herbs

Carway -(Carum carive) Umbelliferae Biennial It is often thought the caraway is a spice rather than a herb because of the widespread use of its dried seeds, which are generally classified among the spices. The foliage and roots also have their culinary and medicinal uses, and it can be grown with other herbs in the garden.  Propagation is by seed in a sheltered, sunny position in medium-textured, well- drained soil...

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