Talk:Chervil

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The picture does not show chervil but cicely which happens to be called "Spanish chervil" in many languages.

Chervil is small (30cm), has delicate leaves and small fruits. Cicely is much larger (1m and more), with stronger leaves and characteristic long fruits. The picture on the cicely page depicts the plant nicely. Cicely is a perennial, which chervil is annual. 84.189.182.68 20:36, 1 February 2006 (UTC)