Tag Archives: Apiaceae
Queen Anne’s Lace, also known as Cow parsley, is a member of the umbelliferae or carrot family. It grows along verges whether hedgerows, riversides or pathways and flowers in the months of April to June. It is a particularly vigorous member … Continue reading
A forgotten but slowly reviving treasure of the apiaceae family, Alexanders (also known as Horse Parsley) tastes like a pasley infused celery. Steam the stalks and buds.
You’ll recognise the apiaceae for their umbrella-like shape, alluring aromas and hollow stems. There are over 3,700 apiaceae species but particular favourites for pollinating insects and peckish people include angelica, anise, caraway, carrot, celery, chervil, sweet cicely, coriander, dill, fennel, … Continue reading