Fennel Common Herb Seeds

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The green garden (common) fennel is a robust and popular perennial herb, which is equally at home in the border or Veg patch. It prefers rich moist soil with added organic matter upon which it will form large clumps of feather foliage of large crowns of yellow flowers in late summer.  Not to be confused with the vegetable “Florence / sweet fennel”.

Pretty Wild Seeds are registered with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under number 7529, so you can have confidence in both our products and advice.

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    Sow in the spring, when the soil is warm, in shallow drills. Cover lightly with fine soil or compost and water well. Thin seedlings and transplant to growing site when large enough to handle. Prefers good, well-drained garden soil and full sun.

    Harvest leaves before flowering for drying, otherwise any time. Harvest seeds when ripe.