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Florence Fennel Seeds

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1 Ounce

Price: $4.95

Sale: $4.46

1/4 Pound

Price: $8.95

Sale: $8.06

1 Pound

Price: $24.95

Sale: $22.46

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Quick Overview

Also called "finocchio," Florence Fennel is both an herb and a vegetable, since the bulbs are edible in fall. Like all fennels, this one is highly aromatic and flavorful.

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Details
SKU 1FENG
Common Name Fennel
Botanical Name Foeniculum vulgare
Light Requirements Full Sun
Planting Depth 1/4 inch
Planting Time Warm Season
Seed Spacing 2-4 inches
Row Spacing 18-24 inches
Space After Thinning 8-12 inches
Days to Germination 12-18
Days to Harvest 90-115
Ways to Grow Ornamental Edibles
In the Kitchen Drying
Ships As Seed
Prohibited In N/A
Ships to Canada Yes
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Description
Fennel is a bulb-rooted herb with handsome yellow flowers, similar in appearance to dill bloom. By the end of the growing season, you'll have fully-developed bulbs which can be harvested and cooked as a vegetable.

When and Where to Plant: Plant in early spring or in late June-July so that the plants can mature in cooler fall weather. Spring-sown plants are more likely to bolt so many gardeners will wait until July to seed their fennel and harvest the bulbs in the fall. Fennel seeds should be planted in full sun in a well drained soil. Plant directly into rich soil and keep moist until the first leaves appear. Then keep on the dry side.
Care: When the bulbs are about the size of an egg, pile the soil up around it so it will continue to grow away from the light. You may want to cut off the seed heads when they form to give the bulb more time to grow before harvesting.
Harvesting: 14-16 weeks after sowing. Pull the plants when the base is at least 3" or more in diameter. Make sure to hold onto the bulb as you pull. Cut off all but the top 9" of the fern growth.

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