cow parsley

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Synonyms for cow parsley

coarse erect biennial Old World herb introduced as a weed in eastern North America

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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.
Related to umbels like cow parsley and carrots, they have highly decorative flowers with papery bracts and a pin-cushion of quivering stamens.
They won't all like division - for example, those with a taproot like a carrot - such as the cow parsley.
uk), where you can see a mixture of Tulipa sprengeri with bluebells and cow parsley.
Add cow parsley to your potato salad and goosegrass to soup, tuck into hawthorn spring pudding, sea beet tart and stewed milk thistle.
We're using things you can see through like umbellifers, not cow parsley but angelica and Ligusticum scoticum (Scotch lovage), which is like a miniature angelica,and some delicate grasses like Melica altissima 'Alba', which has tiny silvery flowers which make things shimmer and pick up the breeze.
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Chaerophyllum hirsutum "Roseumm", a pink cow parsley relative, flowers at the same time as Allium hollandicum and because the pink of its tiny flowers has blue in it, there is real empathy between them.
PARSLEY SAUCE: All through this part of the garden, cow parsley (above) has sown itself.
Now the hedges and woods are shimmering with flowers of cow parsley and elder.
After Augsburg, the Romantic Road begins to live up to its name as it winds gently between isolated farmhouses and meadows of buttercup, clover and cow parsley, where long-lashed cows munch endlessly to the clank of the bells around their necks.
On the contrary, cow parsley is seen as road verge weed by some, but is clearly loved by many.
It doesn't look significantly different from the hedge parsley or cow parsley which grows along roads, ditches, trails, or the edges of fields.
e pond itself, a kind of oasis in the middle of the 126-hectare forest, is home to mallard, moorhen and heron and the ground around it is rich in bluebells, ramsons, red campion, cow parsley, marsh marigold, meadow sweet and male fern.