cilantro, chervil is strictly a cool-season annual; crops can be grown in spring and again in fall. In mild-winter climates it can be grown throughout the winter. Sow in a large pot or directly in the ground in spring or late summer
or annual flowers.
Harvesting: When the plant is about 6 inches high, cut leaves as you need them.
Hint: Chervil imparts a subtle anise flavor. Its flowers are lovely, and attract beneficial insects.