Botanical Interests Seeds, Fennel Florence, Finocchio

Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum. Cool Season 90 Days (for Bulb): Sow in early spring or mid- to late summer. Heirloom: Grown as a vegetable for the succulent, sweet, licorice-flavored bulbs or as an herb for the delicately flavored foliage and aromatic seeds. If you have never tasted fennel, you are missing a treat. It can be eaten raw, used to flavor soups and pasta, deep-fried, or sauteed and added to gravy served over steaks! Feathery leaves are attractive in the garden and are an excellent fresh garnish to fish, chicken, tomatoes, and sauces. Seed can also be harvested as a spice. No GMOs: All our seeds are untreated. Peel back flaps - more info inside. We are dedicated to inspiring & educating the gardener in you. That's why we've put even more helpful information inside.