Definition of Chaerophyllum. Meaning of Chaerophyllum. Synonyms of Chaerophyllum

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- root vegetable Chaerophyllum bulbosum (turnip rooted chervil). Chaerophyllum bulbosum Chaerophyllum pro****bens Species include: Chaerophyllum aksekiense A...
- Chaerophyllum bulbosum is a species of flowering plant from the carrot family and known by several common names, including turnip-rooted chervil, tuberous-rooted...
- sylvestre (L.) Schinz Chaerophyllum affine Steud. ex A.Rich. Chaerophyllum alpinum Vill. Chaerophyllum angulatum Kit. ex Spreng. Chaerophyllum ateanum (Pau) Pau...
- Chaerophyllum tainturieri (known by the common name Southern Chervil) is an annual forb native to the Southeastern United States, with disjunct po****tions...
- Chaerophyllum temulum (syn. C. temulentum), rough chervil, is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae. Unlike several other species in the...
- Chaerophyllum pro****bens, known by the common names spreading chervil and wild chervil, is an annual forb native to the eastern United States and Canada...
- Chaerophyllum elegans is a flowering plant species in the genus Chaerophyllum found in the Alps from Switzerland, France and Italy. Vernacular names chérophylle...
- is a kind of chervil, and can apply to any of the following genera: Chaerophyllum, Anthriscus, Chaetosciadium and Scandix. Of these, the most commonly...
- umbelliferous plants, including Heracleum sphondylium, Anthriscus sylvestris, Chaerophyllum temulum, and most other Umbelliferae including Angelica sylvestris,...
- Website as of July 2014[update], 434 genera are in the family Apiaceae. Chaerophyllum bulbosum Anise (Pimpinella anisum) from Woodville (1793) Angelica archangelica...
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