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(Foeniculum vulgare) Fennel has feathery foliage with a sugar sweet flavor and its leaves blend nicely in salads, cole slaw, and dressings. Growing in popularity, this herb is a great addition to the garden.

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How to Grow Fennel

Antares fennel is a very uniform, pure white, beautiful plant with a much improved, almost sweet, licorice/anise flavor as compared to other market varieties.

Florences's fresh fennel leaves are a favorite on salads, with eggs, fish and sauces! This fennel has a bulbous stem that can be steamed, grilled or served raw, like celery. When cut, this fennel has a delicate anise aroma. Florence thrives in full sun and mild to cool weather.