Ferry-Morse 1292 Fennel Herb Seeds Florence 460 Milligram Packet



Ferry Morse 1292 Fennel Herb Seeds FlorenceFrom the Manufacturer
Perennial Herb. The bulb-like structure at the base of the stalk has a pleasant anise-like aroma and flavor. Serve either boiled or raw. This packet will plant approximately a 125 foot row. The stalks of fennel can be eaten like celery. Seeds and leaves may be harvested as a spice. Sow directly in garden as soon as ground can be worked. Place one seed every 3 inches and cover with soil. Thin plants to 9 inches apart when they are 2 inches tall.
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