<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> Rough Chervil

 

 
Rough Chervil
 

 

Rough Chervil replaces Cow Parsley as the hedge-bank umbellifer (umbrella shaped flower) in early summer, but never quite so common. The stems are purple-spotted and bristly. The flowers are white.

Widespread and fairly common except in northern Scotland.

 

 

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