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Sweet Cicily (Myrrhis Odorata)

The wild form of chervil, having more bitter - aniseedy leaves. It is, in fact the plant the French call 'anise' - while in Britain it also answers to the names 'Myrrh', 'Roman Plant', 'Sweet Bracken'; 'Sweet Fern' and 'Switch'.

See 'Chervil'; 'Sweet Cicely, culinary uses'

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