Chaerophyllum


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Chaerophyllum

a genus in the plant family Apiaceae. Contains a toxin chaerophyllin capable of causing diarrhea and incoordination. Includes C. sylvestre, C. temulentum (rough or wild chervil, ass's parsley).
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Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum' - a pink cow-parsley relative - flowers at much the same time as Allium hollandicum.
Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'haerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum' - a pink cow-parsley 'Roseum' - a pink cow-parsley relative -owers at much the same relative - owers at much the same time as Allium hollandicum.
There are also a few winter annuals in the shade, including Chaerophyllum tainturei, Galium aparine and Myosotis macrosperma.
verrucosum (Scheele) Gillis [poison-ivy] APIACEAE Chaerophyllum tainturieri Hook.
Oreomyrrhis appears nested within Eurasian-North American Chaerophyllum sect.
Antibacterial Activities of Allium Vineale, Chaerophyllum Macropodum and Prangos Ferulacea.
Antioxidant compounds from Chaerophyllum hirsutum extracts.
Analyses of nuclear ITS sequences unambiguously place Oreomyrrhis in the subtribe Scandicinae (tribe Scandiceae) and suggest its intimate relationship with the North American species of the otherwise Eurasian genus Chaerophyllum.
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.
Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum', a pink cow-parsley relative, flowers at the same time as Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum', 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.