Position – Sun or part shade
Soil – Well-drained
Flowering Period –Summer
Hardiness – Fully hardy
Anthriscus are best planted in a well-drained soil of chalk, loam, sand or clay within an acidic, alkaline or neutral PH balance. They are best positioned in an area of full sun or part shade. Anthriscus look particularly attractive when naturalised in a meadow or informal garden setting where it can set seed freely.
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Dig a hole that will accommodate the depth and width of your plant. You may wish to amend the soil with a generous amount of organic matter and mix thoroughly. Water well once in place to settle the surrounding soil.
You may wish to support Anthriscus during the spring with brushwood or link stakes. This should be undertaken before the flowers appear. During autumn, it is important to apply a thick layer of mulch around the roots to protect your plant from severe weather conditions. Cut the stems back so that they are just above ground level to encourage healthy growth for the following season.
It is possible to propagate Anthriscus by seed sown in a cold frame in spring or autumn.
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