Is a beautiful variant of fennel with a bronze-reddish tone on the deeply cut leaves. It grows vigorously, is very uniform and late to bloom.
A portion contains about 200 seeds.
|Latin name:||Foeniculum vulgare var. dulce|
|Botanic family:||The Parsley Family - Apiaceae|
SowingSow directly when the soil is warm, not more than 1 cm deep. The seeds need light to grow.
SpacingKeep 20-40 cm between the plants and 40-50 cm between the rows.
HarvestFennel is bi-annual and blooms during the second year in a sunny place, after which the seeds can be harvested. The leaves are used as herbs for cheese, fish, sauces and pickles, the stems as asparagus and the almost ripe seeds with their taste of anise for bread, soups and cakes. It should be covered to winter over safely.
Seed1 g contains about 200 seeds.
A portion contains about 200 seeds