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Item details
Category Vegetables
Created 2012-08-29
Owner Scirpidiella
Promotion level None
Title Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - tasty edible wild root vegetable - 1000 seeds, new seeds - August 2014
Plant Description Very tasty tubers, raw and cooked. Delicious. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can by harversted from end of May along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2014. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in early spring. Tubers can be harvested in late spring and in summer, when the leafs are died . The plant very easy to growing.
Chaerophyllum bulbosum was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subspecies bulbosum varietas sativum forma hortense. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 10 centimeters (4 inches). The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany.
Fruit Description  
Bloom Description  
Days till Harvest/Bloom 150-240 (sow in September-December, harvest in end of May)
Year Seeds were Harvested  
Plant Grow Zones zones 6a-7b and more
Planting Tips Sow the seeds in end of summer or autumn. Harvest in end of may, when leaves are dying. Plant likes sun or little shade, rather moist soil, but grows well also on light, dry soils.
Where the Seeds were Harvested Poland
Seeds have been tested NO
Number of Seeds 1000
Seed Sale or Exchange For Sale
Price $3.00

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