Just an update on this recent post about growing coriander and chervil from supermarket sprouts. It's working!
Forgive me while I bang on yet again about this topic, but winter is the ideal time to grow both coriander and chervil. Plant them in autumn, they thrive all through winter, and will only start to fade once it warms up in spring.
|Lovely chervil, with a mild aniseed flavour, called a "delicate"|
herb by some, but I think the people who call it delicate add it
too early to dishes. It's a great herb to add right at the end of
cooking, or just before serving.
So there you go, fresh delicious herbs all through winter, one of the many nice things about gardening here in mild, temperate Sydney.