Anthriscus


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Related to Anthriscus: Anthriscus cerefolium
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DELICATE Anthriscus sylvestris growing among grass in woodland
From a distance, Anthriscus sylvestris makes a fine, frothy picture, full of creamy softness.
I would hate to have to choose between it and a terrific pink cow-parsley, Anthriscus syvestris 'Rosea'.
The first is a very refined dark-leafed version, Anthriscus sylvestris 'Raven's Wing'.
Or I could use the dark-leaved form Anthriscus sylvaticus Ravenswing to add just a bit more topspin to a familiar plant.
Members of the carrot family are always popular at Chelsea and Anthriscus sylvestris "Ravenswing", grown for its bronzy foliage as much as its airy cow parsley flowers, was everywhere.
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing', grown for its bronzy foliage as much as its airy cow parsley flowers, was everywhere.
With umbels (of the apiaceae family), from the translucent discs of bupleurum to fennel and anthriscus, or the domes and chalices of eryngium and astrantia, the best technique is to invert the seed heads whole in paper bags.
Mae peth tebygrwydd rhwng y gorthyfail (cow parsley; anthriscus sylvestris), a'r cegid, ac mae angen bod yn ofalus i wahaniaethu rhyngddyn nhw.
THE HERBACEOUS PLANTS: Columbine, wormweed, centranthus, dicentra, foxgloves, hesperis, irises, mullein, peony, bedstraw, plantain lily, masterwort, milkweed, giant fennel, fennel, anthriscus, onopordon, blessed mary's thistle, Jacob's ladder, mourning widow, mayflower, lily of the valley, geraniums, and cardoon.